On Tuesday, April 30, Facebook will kick off F8, its two-day annual developers conference. The company’s executives will take the stage to detail their latest virtual reality ambitions and blockchain adventures and News Feed tweaks. But before we talk about what to expect, let’s take a moment to reflect on what should take center stage.
In the past year, Facebook has been caught intentionally tricking minors into making in-app purchases and denying refunds, paying kids as young as 13 to let Facebook spy on everything they do online, and blocking tools designed to increase ad transparency. Actually, sorry, all of that was a single week in January.