“One of the least understood shifts in the global economy is the phenomenon of hundreds of millions of customers who, after gaining access to new technologies for the first time, are entering the economy nearly overnight. Financial inclusion at this scale could have the greatest impact on raising people out of poverty in history.” We’re all pissed at Facebook right now, for good reason. But like most tech stories, there’s both good and bad in this one. Christopher M. Schroeder: Facebook has stumbled. But let’s not forget the real good it has done across the world. During the quarantine, tech was keeping my kids in contact with teachers and friends. It was also providing a platform for those looking to harm democracy. Let’s hope the good outweighs the bad. Actually, let’s not hope. Let’s advocate.