Forbes October 30, 2021
Sai Balasubramanian, M.D., J.D.

Facebook has undoubtedly become a generation-defining phenomenon. For billions of people around the world, it redefined traditional notions of communication, connectivity, news gathering, e-commerce, and social interaction. Although the company started as purely a social media network, it evolved into something more: a cultural icon which represents the way people interact with each other, keep track of milestones in a local or national community, and perhaps even find and connect with others that have shared interests.

Facebook’s boldest move yet is its recent evolution and rebranding into “Meta,” which CEO Mark Zuckerberg formally announced earlier this week. Meta is an amalgamation of the company’s broader vision to help connect people alongside new and cutting-edge technology that will redefine social interaction....

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