Cecilia Kang is a national correspondent for The New York Times, based in Washington D.C. She writes about issues at the intersection of technology, politics and regulation. Her first stories on Facebook date back to the company's earliest days in Silicon Valley.
Despite 2 billion users and $85.9 billion in revenue, Facebook is gradually losing respect in the public eye. Amid international privacy concerns, antitrust lawsuits, and a long history of questionable practices, the platform is at an unprecedented standstill and a moment that may reorient the company’s future. Expert journalists Sheera Frenkel and Cecilia Kang explore the prophetic beginnings, shady inner workings, and present situation of Facebook—a phenomenon they argue was fated for disorder from its first click into being.
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