It is an unprecedented earthquake that affects Facebook. The leak of tens of thousands of pages of internal documents, organized by a former employee, Frances Haugen, reveals the underside of the company. Perfectly aware of its negative impact, especially on adolescents, it believes that the tech giant systematically chooses profitability over the safety of its users.
The victim of an unprecedented computer failure that cut the entire world off its network for more than 6 hours, Facebook must now face the accusations of a whistleblower. Frances Haugen, a former employee, claims with supporting evidence that the company systematically prioritizes profits over the safety of its users. Charges refuted by the boss of Facebook.
Has Mark Zuckerberg lost control of Facebook, which has grown sprawling in recent years? This is the question we ask our guest Tariq Krim, the founder of Netvibes, Jolicloud and Polite.
In his column for the week, our tech columnist Guillaume Grallet, from Le Point magazine, gives us his advice to escape digital technology and find a serene daily life. He also presents the Fairphone 4 which is finally available for pre-order and which promises a great evolution compared to the previous model: it is the first of the range to be compatible with 5G.