In anticipation of Mark Zuckerberg's congressional testimony, Mozilla's chief marketing officer joined Armstrong & Getty to talk about what's wrong with the internet--and why he has hope for the future.
Jascha Kaykas-Wolff tells Jack & Joe that the issues faced today by Facebook run much deeper than that singular company's short comings.
He says the problem is--the web is a generally an unhealthy place. He says that Facebook in particular is lead by a desire to grow profits, as opposed to maintaining the health of its community.
Listen to the Armstrong & Getty interview below to hear Jascha explain why tech companies have an obligation to help consumers better understanding how their personal data is being used.