Hypocrisy on stilts: Facebook (closed) celebrating the Web (open).
John Naughton writing in the Observer. Even if you’re a casual* Facebook user it’s worth a read. (*casual as opposed to a full on, FOMO user).
Starts, “If there were a Nobel prize for hypocrisy, then its first recipient ought to be Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook boss. On 23 August, all his 1.7 billion users were greeted by this message: “Celebrating 25 years of connecting people. The web opened up to the world 25 years ago today! We thank Sir Tim Berners-Lee and other internet pioneers for making the world more open and connected.”