The European boss of Meta/Facebook shows that the company doesn’t understand inclusiveness and (in)equality at all

Marco Derksen shared this interview with Angie Gifford from Facebook Europe and in the video, there is a very striking example of inclusiveness. Well, inclusiveness as understood by Meta/Facebook:

their technology will make it possible for poor children who can’t afford a trip to Rome to take part through technology while the rich kids are actually visiting the ancient city. Yeah, right.

It’s another example of what we see in the restaurant business: if you’re poor you can order a cheap meal through a computer at McDonald’s, if you’re rich enough you get high quality personal service at an expensive restaurant.

Maybe even in Rome…

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