'The Facebook Dilemma' Review: A Message That Can't Be Ignored

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Looks good, but I'm so biased against Egobook and Puckerberg that I have zero objectivity about them.


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'The Facebook Dilemma' Review: A Message That Can't Be Ignored

An unrelenting 'Frontline' documentary wants you to know that Facebook is not your friend.


John Anderson

The Wall Street Journal, Oct. 25, 2018 3:35 p.m. ET

The overarching theme of "The Facebook Dilemma"—an aggressive, indignant, illuminating two-nighter presented by "Frontline"—is the blissfully amoral way a social-media site has morphed into a sociopolitical evil. But what viewers will also come away with is a sense of something else—something entirely relevant to the situation: That Mark Zuckerberg is the worst company spokesman in the history of corporate America. If he told you the sky was blue, you'd wonder what his agenda was.

And it's Mr. Zuckerberg's innate sense
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