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21.06.22 20:28:50
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da geht es dahin, das "Metaverse":
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11.06.22 14:51:25
Beitrag Nr. 69 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 71.759.621 von faultcode am 11.06.22 14:42:15und nun halt - wie nicht unüblich - der Schwanengesang:


As the New York Times reported in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica fallout: “Facebook employed a Republican opposition-research firm to discredit activist protesters, in part by linking them to the liberal financier George Soros. It also tapped its business relationships, lobbying a Jewish civil rights group to cast some criticism of the company as anti-Semitic.” Sandberg reportedly oversaw those efforts.

In the end, it isn’t her success that history will judge most harshly but the particular nature of her accomplishments. And after all, as one of Sandberg’s peers put it in the Financial Times: “Facebook would not be Facebook, without Sheryl.”
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11.06.22 14:42:15
Beitrag Nr. 68 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.717.031 von Nachrichten am 26.01.19 12:39:12was wurde diese Frau in Medien über Jahre hinweg gelobt (*). Dabei war es hinter den Kulissen wohl ganz anders:


(*) z.B.:

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03.06.22 11:34:12
Beitrag Nr. 67 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 71.700.496 von faultcode am 01.06.22 23:11:29WSJ: Why Sheryl Sandberg Quit Facebook’s Meta
One of the world’s most powerful executives became increasingly burned out and disconnected from the mega-business she was instrumental in building. That dovetailed with a company investigation into her activities.…
More recently, there was a fresh irritation: Earlier this year, The Wall Street Journal contacted Meta about two incidents from several years ago in which Ms. Sandberg, the chief operating officer, pressed a U.K. tabloid to shelve an article about her former boyfriend, Activision Blizzard Inc. Chief Executive Bobby Kotick, and a 2014 temporary restraining order against him.

The episode dovetailed with a company investigation into Ms. Sandberg’s activities, which hasn’t been previously reported, including a review of her use of corporate resources to help plan her coming wedding to Tom Bernthal, a consultant, the people said. The couple has been engaged since 2020.

As of May, that review was continuing, the people said.

“None of this has anything to do with her personal decision to leave,” said Caroline Nolan, a Meta spokeswoman. She earlier said that the Kotick matter had been resolved.

Earlier, on the Activision issue, a spokeswoman said at the time Ms. Sandberg had never made a threat in her communications with the Daily Mail, the U.K. tabloid. Mr. Kotick said it was his understanding that the Daily Mail didn’t run the story because it was untrue.

The broad company review added to a difficult period for Ms. Sandberg, which included the personal challenges of blending two families as part of her coming marriage and dealing with multiple family members with Covid-19, according to people close to her.

Ms. Sandberg has been telling people that she feels burned out and that she has become a punching bag for the company’s problems, the people said. “She sees herself as someone who has been targeted, been tarred as a woman executive in a way that would not happen to a man. Gendered or not, she’s sick of it,” said one person who worked alongside Ms. Sandberg for many years.

Ms. Sandberg hasn’t been closely involved with the company’s high-stakes plan to execute Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg’s pivot to the development of virtual worlds in the so-called metaverse, the people said.

After the fallout of Cambridge Analytica, Mr. Zuckerberg told Ms. Sandberg that he blamed her and her teams for the scandal, the Journal previously reported. Ms. Sandberg confided in friends that the exchange with Mr. Zuckerberg had rattled her and she wondered if she should be worried about her job.

The two scandals resulted in Ms. Sandberg being called by Washington to testify on foreign influence on American social networks.

Ms. Sandberg was further embattled by a 2018 New York Times report alleging that she had overseen an aggressive lobbying campaign to combat Facebook’s critics, including hiring a Washington-based opposition research firm.

In the wake of those events, Ms. Sandberg became a less visible presence around Washington and ceded many policy issues to other executives, said former employees who worked with her.

At times, Ms. Sandberg expressed frustration that she was being blamed for issues that arose in parts of the business she didn’t control, the former employees said.

Her overall influence also waned, in part because Mr. Zuckerberg in recent years asserted tighter control over all aspects of the company’s operations.

Last year, when the Journal published a series of investigative articles called The Facebook Files based on thousands of internal documents, Ms. Sandberg stayed largely silent. She is a strong advocate for women, and her muted public response was noted inside and outside the company in part because one of the revelations was that the company researchers had repeatedly found that Instagram was harmful to a sizable percentage of its young users, most notably teenage girls.

Data from the internal documents also showed that Ms. Sandberg’s share of employees had shrunk in recent years. At the start of 2014, 43% of the company’s staff reported to her, but that amount fell to 31% by 2021.

Ms. Sandberg also has been anxious about how coming film and television projects on Facebook will depict her tenure as one of the top women in tech. “There’s no scenario in which a successful businesswoman is not portrayed as a raging bitch,” she told one adviser.

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01.06.22 23:38:03
Beitrag Nr. 66 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 71.700.496 von faultcode am 01.06.22 23:11:29
Zitat von faultcode:
zu (+) oben:
• persönlich bin ich aber schon enttäuscht, daß COO Sheryl Sandberg mit keinem Wort in der Order erwähnt wird:
<sie wurde ja seinerseit extra dafür eingestellt, daß eben diese Verstösse, wie nun geahndet, eben nicht passieren --> das war (indirekt) also schon damals absehbar im Grundsatz! (~)>

=> mMn bekam im Silicon Valley in diesem Zeitraum niemand so viel Geld und so viel Verantwortung, um genau die Dinge zu verhindern, die dann doch quasi regelmäßig eingetreten sind; nicht im persönlichen Sinne, aber im politischen:

=> bin hin zu Phänomenen von Völkermord :eek:

In manchen Ländern ist Facebook quasi das Internet, immer noch:

Myanmar Military Used Facebook to Incite Genocide, Ethnic Cleansing
On Monday, Facebook said it removed 13 pages and 10 accounts controlled by the Myanmar military in connection with the Rohingya refugee crisis.…
The situation in Myanmar is particularly troubling—it's not an effort by foreign powers to stoke hate and prejudice in a rival, but rather an authoritarian government using social media to control its own people. According to the New York Times, the military Facebook operation began several years ago with as many as 700 people working on the project.

On the anniversary of September 11, 2001, fake news sites and celebrity fan pages sent warnings through Facebook Messenger to both Muslim and Buddhist groups that an attack from the other side was impending.

Facebook admitted to being "too slow to prevent misinformation and hate" on its sites. To prevent misuse in the future, they plan on investing heavily in artificial intelligence to proactively flag abusive posts, making reporting tools easier and more intuitive for users, and continuing education campaigns in Myanmar to introduce tips on recognizing false news.

The company called the work they are doing to identify and remove the misleading network of accounts in the country as "some of the most important work being done [here]."

siehe auch:

A Genocide Incited on Facebook, With Posts From Myanmar’s Military…
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01.06.22 23:11:29
Beitrag Nr. 65 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 61.098.130 von faultcode am 24.07.19 19:40:35
Zitat von faultcode:
zu (~) oben:
• nicht nur wegen der gestrigen Vereinbarung, aber auch, erwarte ich das Ausscheiden von Sheryl Sandberg bei Facebook innerhalb "angemessener" Zeit - also so 1...2 Jahre

Last Updated: June 1, 2022 at 4:38 p.m. ET
Meta’s Sheryl Sandberg Is Stepping Down…
Meta’s Sheryl Sandberg is stepping down as chief operating officer of Facebook’s parent company.

“It is time for me to write the next chapter of my life,” Sandberg wrote on a post on Facebook. “I am not entirely sure what the future will bring.” (*)

Sandberg said she would leave Meta Platforms (ticker: FB) this fall but will remain on the company’s board of directors.

The executive joined Facebook in 2008. Previously she worked as vice president of global online sales and operations at Google and as chief of staff for the U.S. Treasury Department.


Damit hielt sie länger durch, um nicht zu sagen mindestens 1 Jahr länger, als von mir ursprünglich angenommen:

=> die Tatsache, daß die Meta Platforms-Aktie daraufhin fällt, zeigt mir, daß es in Zukunft offensichtlich weniger Schummelei im Unternehmen geben wird :D

(*) lawsuits? :rolleyes:
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25.05.22 23:53:16
Beitrag Nr. 64 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 69.741.376 von pickuru am 29.10.21 10:16:24
Zitat von pickuru: Zuckerberg als Alleinherrscher…

Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc. on Wednesday announced that the company handily defeated all shareholder proposals, an unsurprising result because it is majority controlled by founder and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg.
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23.05.22 16:52:48
Beitrag Nr. 63 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 70.734.276 von faultcode am 03.02.22 16:14:3523.5.
DC attorney general sues Mark Zuckerberg, claims CEO was 'personally involved' in privacy failures…
The attorney general for Washington, D.C. filed a lawsuit against Meta (FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday, accusing him of being personally responsible for the massive Cambridge Analytica data breach.

In the suit, Attorney General Karl Racine, alleges that Zuckerberg's failure to oversee consumers' data privacy led to the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which a political consulting firm used millions of Facebook users' data, without their knowledge, in an attempt to sway the 2016 election in favor of Donald Trump.

"The evidence shows Mr. Zuckerberg was personally involved in Facebook’s failure to protect the privacy and data of its users leading directly to the Cambridge Analytica incident," Racine said in a statement.

The civil suit, filed in Superior Court of the District of Columbia, claims Zuckerberg violated the Consumer Protection Procedures Act, the District's general consumer protection law.

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03.02.22 16:14:35
Beitrag Nr. 62 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 70.725.927 von faultcode am 02.02.22 23:11:19seinerzeit in 2018 leitete der ~-18%-Kracher auch eine mittelfristige Kurswende ein.

Nach einer leichten technischen Erholung ging's in den Salami-Crash über - also in die weiteren Zinserhöhungen der FED hinein (über die 2%-Schwelle hinaus bei der Federal Funds Effective Rate bis Ende 2018).

Bis zum berühmten Anruf von Donald Trump bei Jay Powell nach Weihnachten 2018:
<vermutlich in Koordination mit dem Einsatz des Exchange Stabilization Fund's der Treasury durch Finanzminister Steven Mnuchin, wie man heutzutage vermuten kann>

=> die facebook/Meta Platforms-Aktie ist stark abhängig von Werbeeinnahmen, und die sind eben relativ zinsempfindlich

<2018 gab es ja noch stärkere Zuwächse bei den User-Metriken als 2021/2022>
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03.02.22 07:24:42
Beitrag Nr. 61 ()
Das wird heute eine Zocker Aktie !
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