KN: I think that one factor is simply that there is stiff competition from Snapchat and TikTok, which offer essentially different services, right? You use them in a different way. They're more fun. I think there's a good argument for the things that have made Facebook popular, the sort of core product of a place where you like and share and see the activity of everyone else around you and post messages that are either personal or political. Those things have kind of incentivized the politically charged boomers, which is not what young people want. And so the things that made Facebook what it is have been compounded into "Facebook is this place for toxic boomers and therefore younger people don't want anything to do with it." So that's possible, too. But it's really that young people see it as, "Oh, that's Facebook. That's for people in their forties."