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at the time I expressed frustration at interviews about tech platforms’ challenges that place the CEO at the center

at the time I expressed frustration at interviews about tech platforms’ challenges that place the CEO at the center. In some ways, I understand the inclination — the CEO is traditionally in the best position to enact change. But we have learned that once social networks grow to a certain scale, they begin to operate beyond their creators’ control. You can ask the CEOs what they plan to do about it. But the answers will always tell you less than you hope. — https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/24/18195245/jack-dorsey-twitter-media-tour-2019
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