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[liberationtech] Facebook: Building Global Community - What's your response to Mark Zuckerberg?

F LM flucom.02 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 18 00:32:17 PST 2017


Relevant: 

Zuckerberg removed a line about monitoring private messages from his Facebook manifesto

http://mashable.com/2017/02/16/mark-zuckerberg-manifesto-ai/#OSZDnazMKkqD

FL

> On 17-02-2017, at 17:24, Thomas Delrue <thomas at epistulae.net> wrote:
> 
>> On February 17, 2017 1:32:46 PM EST, Steven Clift <clift at e-democracy.org> wrote:
>> I invite everyone to read and comment on Mark Zuckerberg's important
>> "Building Global Community" letter:
>> 
>>     https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingglobalcommunity
>> 
>> This is a special Facebook Group I've created to connect lots of
>> disparate communities for a unified conversation that I will share
>> with my contacts at Facebook.
>> 
>> You'll find a link to his letter and posts organized by the five key
>> questions Mark asks and posts to share media reports and more:
>> https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingglobalcommunity/permalink/502366400151315/
>> 
>> Or jump straight to his letter: http://po.st/zuckglobal
>> 
>> Also, while I don't have my first tele meeting with a foundation on
>> this until next week, now seems like a good time to share
>> E-Democracy's draft proposal for Local Civic Facebook Groups:
>> http://po.st/civicfacebookgroupsgoogledoc
>> 
>> Zuckerberg's letter highlights the absolutely vital role of "engaged
>> leaders" creating "meaningful groups." E-Democracy's magic mix is
>> supporting YOU - those leaders - in local communities working to
>> create local community and civic life Facebook Groups that foster
>> inclusive and supportive local online communities that foster civic
>> engagement and informed communities. So, if you want to add your city
>> to the list of the 22 cities with volunteer interest, email me -
>> clift at e-democracy.org - with "Civic Facebook Groups" in the subject
>> line. We drafted most of this proposal in December, so we are ecstatic
>> that Facebook's next mission is so well aligned with our scrappy work.
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> Steven Clift
>> E-Democracy.org
>> 
>> P.S. You can jump in deeper now (we are just getting started):
>> 
>> 1. Supportive Communities:
>> https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingglobalcommunity/permalink/502355863485702/
>> 
>> 2. Safe Community:
>> https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingglobalcommunity/permalink/502356546818967/
>> 
>> 3. Informed Community:
>> https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingglobalcommunity/permalink/502358683485420/
>> 
>> 4. Civically-Engaged Community:
>> https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingglobalcommunity/permalink/502359110152044/
>> 
>> 5. Inclusive Community:
>> https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingglobalcommunity/permalink/502359536818668/
>> 
>> Other Conversations:
>> https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingglobalcommunity/permalink/502366996817922/
>> 
>> Media Reports:
>> https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingglobalcommunity/permalink/502367900151165/
> "Facebook guy tells world it needs to use more Facebook or face bad times",  is that roughly the right summary of his 'insights' or am I way off? 
> 
> --
> Thomas
> (Sent from my mobile device,  please forgive brevity or typos.)
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