Opinion: Is this the beginning of Facebook's downfall?

The company's cavalier approach to its users' privacy is well-established, which contributed to the recent collapse of its effort to create its own cryptocurrency. — AFP

If there's a single immutable law in human biology, it's that no one lives forever. The same goes for corporations.

The latest big company to confront the fact that the Grim Reaper spares no one and no thing is Meta Platforms, formerly known as Facebook.

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