An interesting job-title for the two combined illustrates how Facebook views policy, as a conduit of communications rather than an integral part of the application development strategy. A band-aid of sorts to silence those who have discovered a totalitarian monism for the world is simply unacceptable. Lipstick on a pig comes to mind.
I pity the fool who takes the job as listed.
I explained in previous articles how technology in general, and Facebook specifically, must subjugate to the plurality of sovereignty around the world. Facebook has the opportunity to improve the excellence of humanity, not by following the development of aging manmade systems downstream, but by developing new principles to more closely mimic the fractal of human expansion, upstream.
So, it would be a giant mistake for Facebook to seek comfort in the experts, mentioned in the re/code article, of our current systems of humanity full of misplaced interpretations and stifling oligarchies of freedom. Experts of human excellence they are not.
For Facebook to survive longterm and thrive, it must instead mimic more closely the very principles nature deploys to extend the longevity and excellence of any species on earth. Indeed, Facebook must subjugate, not to our existing systems more emblematic of a manmade idiocracy, but to a higher normalization of truth, derived from nature, that defines and dictates the excellence of humanity. With, now clearly discoverable to humans, newly implemented principles (pictured above) guiding and conforming to evolutionary excellence fine-tuned over the last 4.5 billion years.
Who Facebook hires on policy is the fork in the road for Facebook’s future, either as a leader in the advancement of humanity or as the regurgitator of the aging concoctions of make-believe sold through analog channels.
Change The Pig
Policy at Facebook better not become the new lipstick on a pig, but become the foundation upon which the new upstream innovation of Facebook is built. And then, the need to communicate its integrity will diminish rather than increase, for Facebook’s proof will be in the pudding.