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Opinion: The Facebook whistleblower isn’t a big help to those who want an open and free internet

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I have to admit that I’m not particularly active on social media.

My last post on Facebook
FB,
+1.15%

was in 2013. I use Twitter
TWTR,
+1.54%

sporadically, only to announce a new art piece or the latest  article on MarketWatch.

I have more of a presence on LinkedIn , but it’s still in the realm of a couple of replies per month as I rarely post my own content.

I’m part of an ever-dwindling minority. The number of social media users worldwide is on the rise; in 2022, more than half of the global population will use social media at least once a month.

This trend doesn’t seem to be abating, and it’s projected that social networks will affect the minds of 4.41 billion people globally in 2025.

The growth is driven largely by the increasing usage of mobile devices. On mobile, you can browse posts from your friends, community, celebrities and brands no matter…

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