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Epic Games believes the Internet is broken. This is their blueprint to fix it

To Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney, people are tired of how today’s Internet operates. He says the social media era of the Internet, a charge led by Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook, has separated commerce from the general audience, herding users together and directing them to targets of the company’s choosing rather than allowing free exploration. “Now we’re in a closed platform wave, and Apple and Google are surfing that wave too,” Sweeney said. “As we get out of this, everybody is going to realize, ‘Okay we spent the last decade being taken advantage of.'”

Read Epic Games CEO, Tim Sweeney spell out his version of The Metaverse and how it differs from Mark Zuckerberg’s version on Washington Post.

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