Is Facebook having an existential crisis? The company has been asking users a stream of questions that indicate some wear and tear in the company’s previously optimistic outlook.
Is Facebook good for the world? Does it care about its users? Is it making the world better or worse for people having a tough time in life? Does my butt look big in this? (OK, that last one was a lie.)
Facebook claims these are just run-of-the-mill questions that help the company learn from users and improve its products, but it won’t release any of the data or explain how the results have shaped how the company operates. In the interest of transparency, the Guardian has decided to conduct a survey of the same questions.
Thank your for your interest in this survey. Submissions are now closed.
We will be publishing the results shortly.