Facebook is in hot water. Again. Last week, the company saw roughly $120 billion wiped from its market value. Just a few days later, it confirmed the discovery of a political influence campaign, potentially meant to disrupt the upcoming U.S. midterm elections. Are any users deleting their accounts over all this? If not, what's keeping them tied down? Futurist and tech columnist Jesse Hirsh explains why Facebook is so frail these days, and goes through some possible scenarios for the tech giant in the next 10 years.