Facebook has in the past been accused of unfairly suppressing one political opinion in favor of another
By Bradford Betz
When Meta Platforms Inc. CEO Mark Zuckerberg touted the company’s plans last month to build a virtual reality “metaverse” to supplant the internet, he proclaimed that users of this platform will be able to do “almost anything” they could imagine.
Users, for instance, will be able to see concerts with their friends, buy goods and services, or attend business meetings. But many questions still linger about how the company will protect free speech and privacy rights on the platform.
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