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An Unelected Monarch Is Shaping Our Public Life. His Name Is Mark Zuckerberg.

The most important election this year has only one voter

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The staggering unelected public power of Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg isn’t powerful because he’s rich, he’s powerful because he’s neck-deep in social engineering, the art of manipulating people at scale.

Separation of powers, or a new kind of monarch

What might a real 2020 election look like?



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Jumana Abu-Ghazaleh

Previously published in Fast Company, OneZero, IEEE Technology + Society. Founder @ Pivot For Humanity. Palestinian. Start with empathy, always.