Biography of the Author Mark Cenite

Mark Cenite

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  1. The world's biggest social network first began looking into its influence on elections after

    Commentary: Facebook’s safeguards for the US election are the right move

    But its platforms’ new steps against election interference are unlikely to satisfy critics, says NTU’s Mark Cenite.
  2. FILE PHOTO: A 3D printed Facebook logo

    Commentary: Facebook’s decision to resist advertiser boycott could pay off in the long run

    An advertiser boycott, “Stop Hate for Profit”, pushed Facebook to take a step forward by labelling rather than deleting some posts, says NTU’s ...
  3. Zuckerberg and Trump

    Commentary: Is Facebook cosying up to US President Donald Trump?

    Facebook’s founder offers a principled defence of his decision to leave up a Donald Trump tweet about looting in the aftermath of protests against ...
  4. A clash between President Donald Trump and Twitter has escalated in recent days

    Commentary: Twitter may have just helped Trump get re-elected

    US President Donald Trump may not win his latest battle to change Twitter. But he may succeed in a broader strategy to cast himself as a victim of ...
  5. Facial-recognition gantry for office workers at Funan

    Commentary: How to make Singapore smile for the facial recognition camera

    Regulation, not a moratorium on facial recognition, may best address its risks, says Mark Cenite.
  6. Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram phone apps

    Commentary: Antitrust law should change Facebook and Instagram’s relationship status

    If you want to break up with Facebook, one of the few alternatives is Instagram but Facebook owns it, says an observer from NTU’s Wee Kim Wee ...
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    Commentary: Someone needs to do something about Facebook — but what?

    Legislating against fake news is insufficient. Media literacy education — where communities play a role in distinguishing what’s fake and real — ...
  8. The European Court of Human Rights found that previous court rulings had "failed to strike a

    Commentary: What those 'updates to our privacy policy' mean for Singapore

    Facebook and other social networks face lawsuits under a new EU privacy law. If they lose, the consequences may be global, says an observer at ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: The Facebook logo and emoticons are seen on a coffee mug at the reception of its new of

    Commentary: Facebook’s fake news crisis is a product of Silicon Valley culture

    The Cambridge Analytica scandal is a predictable consequence of tech sector norms and American lawmakers’ “wait and see” attitude, says one ...