Facebook Employees More Concerned with Leaks Than It’s Users!
Facebook – Continues to Show Users No Love
This week has not been a great week again for Facebook. In the latest news to hit, Andrew Bosworth a VP at Facebook wrote in part the following memo back in 2016:
“Maybe someone dies in a terrorist attack coordinated on our tools. And still we connect people. The ugly truth is that we believe in connecting people so deeply that anything that allows us to connect more people more often is “de facto” good.”
Of course Andrew has also come out on Thursday and stated:
“I didn’t agree with it even when I wrote it.”
How splendid, the guy writes a memo where he is basically saying that he considers it a good thing that terrorists could potentially connect, plot an attack and kill thousands of innocent people using Facebook, then takes it back by stating that he didn’t really agree with what he said, he was just trying to pump his team up.
To make matters even worse for Facebook, they have quite a few employees upset that the memo leaked, the employees rather than take the high road and publicly disagree with the memo have taken it upon themselves to delete messages and anything that might become newsworthy because they do not want the users knowing how they really feel.
These employees simply do not care about the user base at all. Period and end of story.
That’s really what it all translates to here.
Facebook is losing ground faster than it’s gaining any.
The very culture of Facebook turned from caring about its users to simply using them for profit.
Which is not a shock, but if Facebook wants to get back on top it’s time for a Facelift and to start going about getting rid of those that are openly and clearly showing the lack of any and all empathy towards its user base.
It’s time to stop promoting a culture of having a user base that does not value the user base it has.
Greed is a terrible thing and those in positions like Andrew Bosworth are undeserving of the position they hold.
FaceBook stands to lose more than it will ever gain back if crucial changes are not made and made soon.
Cristal M Clark