The New Yorker: Big Tech’s Big Defector

The New Yorker: Big Tech’s Big Defector. “[Roger] McNamee saw the tech industry as an experiment in creative and profitable problem-solving. He grew unnerved by its ethical failures only in 2012, when Uber came to him for investment capital. He decided that Silicon Valley had changed. “These guys all wanted to be monopolists,” he said recently. ‘They all want to be billionaires.’ McNamee was convinced that Facebook was different.”