For example FB recently announced it would roll out job-posts for low-income workers.
In poor parts of Europe like Croatia, Serbia, BiH & Balkans (where I chose to live and work as a foreigner), many people use Facebook to find work and network w/ colleagues. In these locations facebook is the Internet. Often you usually accept a friend request before you are able to discuss a job.
FB job market will lock in users from those regions even further. These economies don't stand a chance and are already bled dry thanks to facebook & Co not paying their taxes. These locations already suffering a huge braindrain of local talent.
Their local society / governments are becoming increasingly corrupt because and honest work opportunities are so scarce some people (like nurses or occupational therapists helping the elderly and disabled) even work for free (I know several people who have the choice of working for free or not be able to graduate).
So many people just leave to the North where they find themselves in slave-labor like conditions in Germany. (sorry for switching focus to Germany for a second I'm trying to show some causality). It's not limited to healthcare. Literally any industry has setups where shady middle-man benefit from Germanys "Arbeitnehmerüberlassungsgesetz" (yes that's a word) which is Germany's outsourcing law (a law criticized for creating a dual class workforce) and they are making a killing thanks to the many loopholes present to exploit foreigners/minorities.
When facebook rolls out it's job postings for low-skilled and low-paid jobs it's targeting the most vulnerable minorities in politically volatile regions.
One takeaway from the facebook/CA election meddling is that because majority of people in Balkans are already depending on facebook, it's even easier to spread disinformation and rig elections. And it's giving powers to local crime gangs which usually influence 100% of the electorate. Ask yourself what data harvesting means in these regions, who benefits and what effects this might have 3-5 years from now.
https://youtu.be/r28674tI3uE < From 2008
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