On the morning of February 10, Beijing time, It was reported that Mark Zuckerberg’s control of people’s private photos had upset Sacha Baron Cohen. The comedian finally broke out on Wednesday.
He posted a photo on Twitter of Mark Zuckerberg as a powerful Roman emperor. Cohen spoke out that one person controls “the message that 2.5 billion people will see.”
But Elon Musk also took a hit on the Delete Facebook page on Saturday. Give Facebook a more accurate assessment:
Musk’s assessment seems more realistic. Facebook is not dangerous or evil, it is harmful.
Cohen described Zuckerberg as a Roman emperor. It’s ridiculous. Zuckerberg has no military, no effort, no control over people’s lives, and no “control of information.” In fact, users can post anything except a few restrictions. And Facebook is not “information”, it is just a source of most personal information.
By its very nature, Mr. Cohen’s real displeasure is that Mr. Zuckerberg doesn’t exercise enough control over information. So his solution was to let the government become the “Roman Emperor” of the internet company.
Musk’s assessment, on the other hand, is more pertinent. Facebook is not dangerous, but it is harmful. People use Facebook to show off, attack others, grieve, stalk others, and so on, which is not only a waste of time, but also meaningless. So it’s a harmful platform that’s less beneficial to society. (Mul)