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As Mark Zuckerberg sits before senators in Washington and has to explain Facebook’s role in the spreading of misinformation during the 2016 election, the Wall Street Journal have released this interesting video exploring how the central message behind the social media platform has changed over the years. It is fascinating to see a young Zuckerberg in 2005 talking explicitly about how information about people will be one of the major factors in the platform’s success, compared to his more recent appearances where he is having to address the problems that arise when that information is then used by parties who want to influence everything from consumer habits to political preferences.

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