Combo of ideas
- teens are leaving Facebook for Group Messaging, they don't want to be public
- Social Networking is toxic because it's all positive-feedback-loop
- Social Networking is dangerously toxic because they're a near monopoly, so "censorship" is a bigger deal
Is there a model that is "private enough" and not interaction-steroids, but still allows/supports "discovery" of "interesting" people/ideas? Because that's huge.
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