“‘I think we underestimate Facebook’s power constantly,’ Siva Vaidhyanathan, a professor of media studies at the University of Virginia, told me. ‘It’s really hard for human beings to picture in their head the actual size and influence of the platform. Something like one out of three people use the thing — it’s like nothing we’ve encountered in human history. And I’m not sure Mark Zuckerberg is even willing to contemplate his influence. I’m not sure he’d ever sleep if he ever thought about how much power he has.'” The NYT’s Charlie Warzel nails it. The problem is not just the decisions that Mark Zuckerberg makes. It’s that any one person is in a position to make such impactful decisions. Mark Zuckerberg Is the Most Powerful Unelected Man in America.