Interesting times, i guess the battle for the Social Media pie has just
started as the big players try to balance between business and public good.
It will be an interesting year.
On Thu, 14 Jan 2021, 8:34 am David Indeje via kictanet, <
> If you have noticed or just been passing by, the biggest question for tech
> companies from the public is how much power can they wield when we all know
> that ‘internet is a right’. Which company determines who to suspend, or
> ban? What is the threshold for that to happen? Does it mean many users have
> been breaching the terms and conditions?
> Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says his company is exploring the development of a
> decentralized standard for social media. He revealed the initiative, dubbed
> “We are trying to do our part by funding an initiative around an open
> decentralized standard for social media,” Dorsey said “Our goal is to be a
> client of that standard for the public conversation layer of the internet.
> We call it #bluesky.” Here is the entire thread
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