The Moment Facebook’s Director Realized The Platform Was Harmful

Moment CEO Tim Kendall, discusses when he first realized how detrimental social platform’s attention extractive business models could be. Kendall goes on to illustrate how behaviors with smart phones can mimic how people interact with addictive substances.

Tim architected early monetization strategies for Facebook and Pinterest as Facebook’s first Director of Monetization and President of Pinterest. Tim currently serves as CEO of Moment, which has helped over 8 million people build healthier relationships with their phones and is fighting to reimagine the tech industry as one built for its users. Additionally, Kendall serves as a board member of UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.

See our full interview with Tim Kendall here: youtu.be/S656yMh71Pw

Originally Aired: 11/09/20
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