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Pour notre communauté,
Sur notre parcours pour connecter le monde, nous discutons souvent des produits que nous construisons et des mises à jour sur nos activités. Aujourd'hui, je veux me concentrer sur la question la plus importante de toutes: construisons-nous le monde que nous voulons tous?
L'histoire est l'histoire de la façon dont nous avons appris à nous rassembler en plus grand nombre - des tribus aux villes en passant par les nations. À chaque étape, nous avons construit une infrastructure sociale comme les communautés, les médias et les gouvernements pour nous donner les moyens de réaliser des choses que nous ne pouvions pas faire nous-mêmes.
Aujourd'hui, nous sommes sur le point de passer à l'étape suivante. Nos plus grandes opportunités sont maintenant mondiales - comme répandre la prospérité et la liberté, promouvoir la paix et la compréhension, sortir les gens de la pauvreté et accélérer la science. Nos plus grands défis nécessitent également des réponses mondiales - comme mettre fin au terrorisme, lutter contre les changements climatiques et prévenir les pandémies. Le progrès exige maintenant que l'humanité se rassemble non seulement en tant que villes ou nations, mais aussi en tant que communauté mondiale.


Ceci est particulièrement important en ce moment. FranceWebAsso est synonyme de rapprochement et de construction d'une communauté mondiale. Quand nous avons commencé, cette idée n'était pas controversée. Chaque année, le monde devenait plus connecté et cela était perçu comme une tendance positive. Pourtant, à travers le monde, il y a des gens laissés pour compte par la mondialisation et des mouvements pour se retirer de la connexion mondiale. Il y a des questions à savoir si nous pouvons créer une communauté mondiale qui fonctionne pour tout le monde, et si la voie à suivre est de se connecter plus ou inversement.
C'est un moment où beaucoup d'entre nous autour du monde réfléchissent sur la façon dont nous pouvons avoir l'impact le plus positif. Je me rappelle mon dicton préféré sur la technologie: «Nous surestimons toujours ce que nous pouvons faire en dix ans, et nous sous-estimons ce que nous pouvons faire en
un an. Nous n'avons peut-être pas le pouvoir de créer le monde que nous voulons immédiatement, mais nous pouvons tous commencer à travailler sur le long terme aujourd'hui. Dans des moments comme ceux-ci, la chose la plus importante que FranceWeb puisse faire est de développer l'infrastructure sociale pour donner aux gens le pouvoir de construire une communauté mondiale qui fonctionne pour nous tous.
Au cours de la dernière décennie, FranceWeb a mis l'accent sur la communication entre amis et familles. Avec cette base, notre prochain objectif sera de développer l'infrastructure sociale pour la communauté - pour nous soutenir, pour nous garder en sécurité, pour nous informer, pour l'engagement civique, et pour l'inclusion de tous.
Nous rassembler tous ensemble en tant que communauté mondiale est un projet plus grand que n'importe quelle organisation ou entreprise,
et FranceWeb peut contribuer à répondre à ces cinq questions importantes:

    
Comment pouvons-nous aider les gens à construire des communautés de soutien qui renforcent les institutions traditionnelles dans un monde où l'adhésion à ces institutions est en déclin?
    
Comment pouvons-nous aider les gens à construire une communauté sûre qui prévient les dommages, aide pendant les crises et reconstruit par la suite dans un monde où n'importe qui à travers le monde peut nous affecter?
    
Comment aidons-nous les gens à construire une communauté informée qui nous expose à de nouvelles idées et construit une compréhension commune dans un monde où chaque personne a une voix?
    
Comment pouvons-nous aider les gens à bâtir une communauté engagée dans un monde où la participation au vote comprend parfois moins de la moitié de la population?
    
Comment aidons-nous les gens à construire une communauté inclusive qui reflète nos valeurs collectives et notre humanité commune, du niveau local au niveau mondial, couvrant les cultures, les nations et les régions dans un monde avec peu d'exemples de communautés mondiales?

Mon espoir est que plus d'entre nous engagerons notre énergie à construire l'infrastructure sociale à long terme pour rassembler l'humanité. Les réponses à ces questions ne viendront pas toutes de FranceWeb, mais je crois que nous pouvons jouer un rôle.
Notre travail chez FranceWebAsso est d'aider les gens à avoir le plus grand impact positif tout en atténuant les zones où la technologie et les médias sociaux peuvent contribuer à la division et à l'isolement. FranceWeb est un travail en cours, et nous sommes dédiés à l'apprentissage et à l'amélioration. Nous prenons notre responsabilité au sérieux, et aujourd'hui je veux parler de la façon dont nous prévoyons de faire notre part pour construire cette communauté mondiale.

Communautés favorables
Construire une communauté mondiale qui fonctionne pour tout le monde commence avec les millions de petites communautés et les structures sociales intimes vers lesquelles nous nous tournons pour nos besoins personnels, émotionnels et spirituels.
Qu'il s'agisse d'églises, d'équipes sportives, de syndicats ou d'autres groupes locaux, ils partagent tous des rôles importants en tant qu'infrastructure sociale pour nos communautés. Ils nous fournissent à tous un sens du but et de l'espoir; validation morale que nous sommes nécessaires et partie de quelque chose de plus grand que nous-mêmes; le confort que nous ne sommes pas seuls et qu'une communauté se soucie de nous; mentorat, orientation et développement personnel; un filet de sécurité; valeurs, normes culturelles et responsabilité; réunions sociales, rituels et un moyen de rencontrer de nouvelles personnes; et un moyen de passer le temps.
Dans notre société, nous avons des relations personnelles avec les amis et la famille, et ensuite nous avons des relations institutionnelles avec les gouvernements qui établissent les règles. Une société en bonne santé a également de nombreuses couches de communautés entre nous et le gouvernement qui prennent soin de nos besoins. Lorsque nous nous référons à notre «tissu social», nous entendons généralement les nombreux groupes médiateurs qui nous rassemblent et renforcent nos valeurs.
Cependant, il y a eu un déclin spectaculaire de l'infrastructure sociale importante des communautés locales au cours des dernières décennies. Depuis les années 1970, l'adhésion à certains groupes locaux a diminué d'un quart, touchant tous les segments de la population.
Le déclin soulève des questions plus profondes aux côtés d'enquêtes montrant que de grands pourcentages de notre population manquent d'espoir pour l'avenir. Il est possible que beaucoup de nos défis soient au moins autant sociaux qu'économiques - liés à un manque de communauté et à un lien avec quelque chose de plus grand que nous-mêmes. Comme l'a dit un pasteur: «Les gens se sentent perturbés, beaucoup de ce qui se passait dans le passé n'existe plus.
Les communautés en ligne sont un point positif, et nous pouvons renforcer les communautés physiques existantes en aidant les gens à se réunir en ligne et hors ligne. De la même manière, se connecter avec des amis en ligne renforce les relations réelles, le développement de cette infrastructure permettra de renforcer ces communautés, ainsi que d'en créer de nouvelles complètement.
Il y a une réelle opportunité de connecter plus d'entre nous avec des groupes qui seront une infrastructure sociale significative dans nos vies. Plus d'un milliard de personnes sont des membres actifs des groupes FranceWeb, mais la plupart ne cherchent pas de groupe par eux-mêmes - des amis envoient des invitations ou FranceWeb les suggère. Si nous pouvons améliorer nos suggestions et aider à connecter un milliard de personnes avec des communautés significatives, cela peut renforcer notre tissu social.
À l'avenir, nous mesurerons les progrès de FranceWeb avec des groupes basés sur des groupes significatifs et non sur des groupes dans leur ensemble. Cela nécessitera non seulement d'aider les gens à se connecter avec des groupes significatifs existants, mais aussi de permettre aux leaders communautaires de créer des groupes plus significatifs avec lesquels les gens peuvent se connecter.
Les communautés physiques les plus performantes ont engagé des leaders, et nous avons vu la même chose avec les groupes en ligne. À Berlin, un homme nommé Monis Bukhari dirige un groupe où il aide personnellement les réfugiés à trouver un foyer et un emploi. Aujourd'hui, les outils de FranceWeb pour les administrateurs de groupe sont relativement simples. Nous prévoyons de créer plus d'outils pour permettre aux leaders de la communauté comme Monis de gérer et de développer leurs groupes comme ils le souhaitent, similaire à ce que nous avons fait avec Pages.
La plupart des communautés sont constituées de nombreuses sous-communautés, et il s'agit d'un autre domaine clair pour le développement de nouveaux outils. Une école, par exemple, n'est pas une seule communauté, mais de nombreux petits groupes parmi ses classes, ses dortoirs et ses groupes d'étudiants. Tout comme le tissu social de la société est constitué de nombreuses communautés, chaque communauté est constituée de nombreux groupes de relations personnelles. Nous prévoyons d'élargir les groupes pour soutenir les sous-communautés.
Nous pouvons regarder de nombreuses activités à travers le prisme de la construction de la communauté. Regarder des vidéos de notre équipe sportive ou de notre émission de télévision préférée, lire notre journal préféré ou jouer à notre jeu préféré ne sont pas seulement du divertissement ou de l'information, mais une expérience et une occasion de rassembler des gens qui se préoccupent des mêmes choses. Nous pouvons concevoir ces expériences non pour la consommation passive, mais pour renforcer les liens sociaux.
Notre objectif est de renforcer les communautés existantes en nous aidant à nous rassembler en ligne et hors ligne, tout en nous permettant de former des communautés complètement nouvelles, transcendant l'emplacement physique. Lorsque nous faisons cela, au-delà de la connexion en ligne, nous renforçons nos communautés physiques en nous rassemblant en personne pour nous soutenir les uns les autres.
Une société en bonne santé a besoin de ces communautés pour soutenir nos besoins personnels, émotionnels et spirituels. Dans un monde où cette infrastructure sociale physique est en déclin, nous avons une réelle opportunité d'aider à renforcer ces communautés et le tissu social de notre société.

 

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Founder & CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Facebook's F8 Developers Conference.

The number of Facebook Live videos produced by paid partners more than halved by the end of 2017—and in one case fell by as much as 94 percent—as once guaranteed payments ended and Facebook deprioritized the product, new Tow Center research suggests. 

In an analysis of 17 brands that were paid by Facebook to make live videos for the platform, the number published from April to December 2017 fell by an average of 51 percent when compared to the 12-month period from April 2016 to March 2017.RELATED: The Facebook Armageddon

In March 2016, Facebook reportedly began paying select publishers and personalities to produce Live videos, including BuzzFeed, The New York Times, CNN, HuffPost, and Vox Media. (The Wall Street Journal estimates that these top outlets each received anywhere from 1.2 and 3.1 million dollars in compensation.) Facebook also calibrated the News Feed to prioritize Live videos over other types of content. (For a comprehensive overview of developments around platforms and publishers, see the Tow Center’s timeline.)

Mark Zuckerberg
 

I know a lot of us are thinking about how we can make the most positive impact in the world right now. I wrote this letter about how I hope we can come together to build a global community that works for everyone.

 

To our community,
On our journey to connect the world, we often discuss products we're building and updates on our business. Today I want to focus on the most important question of all: are we building the world we all want?
History is the story of how we've learned to come together in ever greater numbers -- from tribes to cities to nations. At each step, we built social infrastructure like communities, media and governments to empower us to achieve things we couldn't on our own.
Today we are close to taking our next step. Our greatest opportunities are now global -- like spreading prosperity and freedom, promoting peace and understanding, lifting people out of poverty, and accelerating science. Our greatest challenges also need global responses -- like ending terrorism, fighting climate change, and preventing pandemics. Progress now requires humanity coming together not just as cities or nations, but also as a global community.
This is especially important right now. Facebook stands for bringing us closer together and building a global community. When we began, this idea was not controversial. Every year, the world got more connected and this was seen as a positive trend. Yet now, across the world there are people left behind by globalization, and movements for withdrawing from global connection. There are questions about whether we can make a global community that works for everyone, and whether the path ahead is to connect more or reverse course.
This is a time when many of us around the world are reflecting on how we can have the most positive impact. I am reminded of my favorite saying about technology: "We always overestimate what we can do in two years, and we underestimate what we can do in ten years." We may not have the power to create the world we want immediately, but we can all start working on the long term today. In times like these, the most important thing we at Facebook can do is develop the social infrastructure to give people the power to build a global community that works for all of us.
For the past decade, Facebook has focused on connecting friends and families. With that foundation, our next focus will be developing the social infrastructure for community -- for supporting us, for keeping us safe, for informing us, for civic engagement, and for inclusion of all.
Bringing us all together as a global community is a project bigger than any one organization or company, but Facebook can help contribute to answering these five important questions:
  • How do we help people build supportive communities that strengthen traditional institutions in a world where membership in these institutions is declining?
  • How do we help people build a safe community that prevents harm, helps during crises and rebuilds afterwards in a world where anyone across the world can affect us?
  • How do we help people build an informed community that exposes us to new ideas and builds common understanding in a world where every person has a voice?
  • How do we help people build a civically-engaged community in a world where participation in voting sometimes includes less than half our population?
  • How do we help people build an inclusive community that reflects our collective values and common humanity from local to global levels, spanning cultures, nations and regions in a world with few examples of global communities?
My hope is that more of us will commit our energy to building the long term social infrastructure to bring humanity together. The answers to these questions won't all come from Facebook, but I believe we can play a role.
Our job at Facebook is to help people make the greatest positive impact while mitigating areas where technology and social media can contribute to divisiveness and isolation. Facebook is a work in progress, and we are dedicated to learning and improving. We take our responsibility seriously, and today I want to talk about how we plan to do our part to build this global community.
Most communities are made of many sub-communities, and this is another clear area for developing new tools. A school, for example, is not a single community, but many smaller groups among its classes, dorms and student groups. Just as the social fabric of society is made up of many communities, each community is made of many groups of personal connections. We plan to expand groups to support sub-communities.
We can look at many activities through the lens of building community. Watching video of our favorite sports team or TV show, reading our favorite newspaper, or playing our favorite game are not just entertainment or information but a shared experience and opportunity to bring together people who care about the same things. We can design these experiences not for passive consumption but for strengthening social connections.
Our goal is to strengthen existing communities by helping us come together online as well as offline, as well as enabling us to form completely new communities, transcending physical location. When we do this, beyond connecting online, we reinforce our physical communities by bringing us together in person to support each other.
A healthy society needs these communities to support our personal, emotional and spiritual needs. In a world where this physical social infrastructure has been declining, we have a real opportunity to help strengthen these communities and the social fabric of our society.

Safe Community

As we build a global community, this is a moment of truth. Our success isn't just based on whether we can capture videos and share them with friends. It's about whether we're building a community that helps keep us safe -- that prevents harm, helps during crises, and rebuilds afterwards.
Today's threats are increasingly global, but the infrastructure to protect us is not. Problems like terrorism, natural disasters, disease, refugee crises, and climate change need coordinated responses from a worldwide vantage point. No nation can solve them alone. A virus in one nation can quickly spread to others. A conflict in one country can create a refugee crisis across continents. Pollution in one place can affect the environment around the world. Humanity's current systems are insufficient to address these issues.
Many dedicated people join global non-profit organizations to help, but the market often fails to fund or incentivize building the necessary infrastructure. I have long expected more organizations and startups to build health and safety tools using technology, and I have been surprised by how little of what must be built has even been attempted. There is a real opportunity to build global safety infrastructure, and I have directed Facebook to invest more and more resources into serving this need.
For some of these problems, the Facebook community is in a unique position to help prevent harm, assist during a crisis, or come together to rebuild afterwards. This is because of the amount of communication across our network, our ability to quickly reach people worldwide in an emergency, and the vast scale of people's intrinsic goodness aggregated across our community.
To prevent harm, we can build social infrastructure to help our community identify problems before they happen. When someone is thinking of suicide or hurting themselves, we've built infrastructure to give their friends and community tools that could save their life. When a child goes missing, we've built infrastructure to show Amber Alerts -- and multiple children have been rescued without harm. And we've built infrastructure to work with public safety organizations around the world when we become aware of these issues. Going forward, there are even more cases where our community should be able to identify risks related to mental health, disease or crime.
To help during a crisis, we've built infrastructure like Safety Check so we can all let our friends know we're safe and check on friends who might be affected by an attack or natural disaster. Safety Check has been activated almost 500 times in two years and has already notified people that their families and friends are safe more than a billion times. When there is a disaster, governments often call us to make sure Safety Check has been activated in their countries. But there is more to build. We recently added tools to find and offer shelter, food and other resources during emergencies. Over time, our community should be able to help during wars and ongoing issues that are not limited to a single event.
To rebuild after a crisis, we've built the world's largest social infrastructure for collective action. A few years ago, after an earthquake in Nepal, the Facebook community raised $15 million to help people recover and rebuild -- which was the largest crowdfunded relief effort in history. We saw a similar effort after the shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando when people across the country organized blood donations to help victims they had never met. Similarly, we built tools so millions of people could commit to becoming organ donors to save others after accidents, and registries reported larger boosts in sign ups than ever before.
Looking ahead, one of our greatest opportunities to keep people safe is building artificial intelligence to understand more quickly and accurately what is happening across our community.
There are billions of posts, comments and messages across our services each day, and since it's impossible to review all of them, we review content once it is reported to us. There have been terribly tragic events -- like suicides, some live streamed -- that perhaps could have been prevented if someone had realized what was happening and reported them sooner. There are cases of bullying and harassment every day, that our team must be alerted to before we can help out. These stories show we must find a way to do more.
Artificial intelligence can help provide a better approach. We are researching systems that can look at photos and videos to flag content our team should review. This is still very early in development, but we have started to have it look at some content, and it already generates about one-third of all reports to the team that reviews content for our community.
It will take many years to fully develop these systems. Right now, we're starting to explore ways to use AI to tell the difference between news stories about terrorism and actual terrorist propaganda so we can quickly remove anyone trying to use our services to recruit for a terrorist organization. This is technically difficult as it requires building AI that can read and understand news, but we need to work on this to help fight terrorism worldwide.
As we discuss keeping our community safe, it is important to emphasize that part of keeping people safe is protecting individual security and liberty. We are strong advocates of encryption and have built it into the largest messaging platforms in the world -- WhatsApp and Messenger. Keeping our community safe does not require compromising privacy. Since building end-to-end encryption into WhatsApp, we have reduced spam and malicious content by more than 75%.
The path forward is to recognize that a global community needs social infrastructure to keep us safe from threats around the world, and that our community is uniquely positioned to prevent disasters, help during crises, and rebuild afterwards. Keeping the global community safe is an important part of our mission -- and an important part of how we'll measure our progress going forward.

Supportive Communities

Building a global community that works for everyone starts with the millions of smaller communities and intimate social structures we turn to for our personal, emotional and spiritual needs.
Whether they're churches, sports teams, unions or other local groups, they all share important roles as social infrastructure for our communities. They provide all of us with a sense of purpose and hope; moral validation that we are needed and part of something bigger than ourselves; comfort that we are not alone and a community is looking out for us; mentorship, guidance and personal development; a safety net; values, cultural norms and accountability; social gatherings, rituals and a way to meet new people; and a way to pass time.
In our society, we have personal relationships with friends and family, and then we have institutional relationships with the governments that set the rules. A healthy society also has many layers of communities between us and government that take care of our needs. When we refer to our "social fabric", we usually mean the many mediating groups that bring us together and reinforce our values.
However, there has been a striking decline in the important social infrastructure of local communities over the past few decades. Since the 1970s, membership in some local groups has declined by as much as one-quarter, cutting across all segments of the population.
The decline raises deeper questions alongside surveys showing large percentages of our population lack a sense of hope for the future. It is possible many of our challenges are at least as much social as they are economic -- related to a lack of community and connection to something greater than ourselves. As one pastor told me: "People feel unsettled. A lot of what was settling in the past doesn't exist anymore."
Online communities are a bright spot, and we can strengthen existing physical communities by helping people come together online as well as offline. In the same way connecting with friends online strengthens real relationships, developing this infrastructure will strengthen these communities, as well as enable completely new ones to form.
A woman named Christina was diagnosed with a rare disorder called Epidermolysis Bullosa -- and now she's a member of a group that connects 2,400 people around the world so none of them have to suffer alone. A man named Matt was raising his two sons by himself and he started the Black Fathers group to help men share advice and encouragement as they raise their families. In San Diego, more than 4,000 military family members are part of a group that helps them make friends with other spouses. These communities don't just interact online. They hold get-togethers, organize dinners, and support each other in their daily lives.
We recently found that more than 100 million people on Facebook are members of what we call "very meaningful" groups. These are groups that upon joining, quickly become the most important part of our social network experience and an important part of our physical support structure. For example, many new parents tell us that joining a parenting group after having a child fits this purpose.
There is a real opportunity to connect more of us with groups that will be meaningful social infrastructure in our lives. More than one billion people are active members of Facebook groups, but most don't seek out groups on their own -- friends send invites or Facebook suggests them. If we can improve our suggestions and help connect one billion people with meaningful communities, that can strengthen our social fabric.
Going forward, we will measure Facebook's progress with groups based on meaningful groups, not groups overall. This will require not only helping people connect with existing meaningful groups, but also enabling community leaders to create more meaningful groups for people to connect with.
The most successful physical communities have engaged leaders, and we've seen the same with online groups as well. In Berlin, a man named Monis Bukhari runs a group where he personally helps refugees find homes and jobs. Today, Facebook's tools for group admins are relatively simple. We plan to build more tools to empower community leaders like Monis to run and grow their groups the way they'd like, similar to what we've done with Pages.
Most communities are made of many sub-communities, and this is another clear area for developing new tools. A school, for example, is not a single community, but many smaller groups among its classes, dorms and student groups. Just as the social fabric of society is made up of many communities, each community is made of many groups of personal connections. We plan to expand groups to support sub-communities.
We can look at many activities through the lens of building community. Watching video of our favorite sports team or TV show, reading our favorite newspaper, or playing our favorite game are not just entertainment or information but a shared experience and opportunity to bring together people who care about the same things. We can design these experiences not for passive consumption but for strengthening social connections.
Our goal is to strengthen existing communities by helping us come together online as well as offline, as well as enabling us to form completely new communities, transcending physical location. When we do this, beyond connecting online, we reinforce our physical communities by bringing us together in person to support each other.
A healthy society needs these communities to support our personal, emotional and spiritual needs. In a world where this physical social infrastructure has been declining, we have a real opportunity to help strengthen these communities and the social fabric of our society.
 
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