Roger McNamee, one of Facebook's early investors and a former mentor to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, warns of the social media giant's harmful and potentially irreversible effects on society. McNamee, managing director of the private equity firm Elevation Partners, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the argument he makes in a new Washington Monthly essay, "How to fix Facebook -- before it fixes us." He claims Facebook has prioritized advertisers and not protected users. From CBS This Morning.
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Social media addiction is more prevalent than what people may realize. The problem, what to do about it! From Entrepreneur.
Twitter COO/CFO Anthony Noto is asked if Twitter will ever let users edit their tweets. From Recode.
Marketing Zen CEO Shama Hyder on possible changes coming to Twitter. From Fox Business.
Twitter needs your help! The company is looking for feedback on what it can do better int he news year. The company's CEO Jack Dorsey took to the site writing, "Following in the footsteps of Brian Chesky: what's the most important thing you want to see Twitter improve or create in 2017? "With the hashtag Twitter2017. According to website CNET the most response has been to be able to edit your Tweets once published, Dorsey has also been directly engaing with fans on social media site as well. He even requested further details when one user made a fairly vague suggestion. From .