When Zuckerberg took to publicly shaming fellow coworkers for dissenting against Black Lives Matter, many wrote it off as nothing more than PC pettiness. My latest op/ed raises the possibility of how Mark's outburst could be just the beginning of something much scarier: Thought Policing, which could very well get its start on Facebook's corporate campuses. Here's the how and why.
Corporate leaders, especially those considered thought leaders, have a firm right and assumed expectation to voice their opinion on public policy. As such, I've got no inherent issues with Facebook's founder and chief, Mark Zuckerberg, proclaiming his positions publicly -- even if I happen to blatantly disagree with them.
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