Welcome to the 213th episode of the Inc. Uncensored podcast, hosted by Inc. editor in chief James Ledbetter.

First, Inc.'s San Francisco bureau chief Jeff Bercovici explains why it's been a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week for Facebook--not that that's anything new. Bercovici makes the case that chief executive Mark Zuckerberg's recent manifesto on the company's future as privacy-focused is an interesting lens through which entrepreneurs can view both Facebook and Zuckerberg's leadership.

Next, staff writer Emily Canal reports that many companies are grappling with a new reality: Recreational marijuana is legal in many states. So, should drug-testing standards change in the workplace? She explains why it's time to revise your thinking on cannabis testing at your company.

Finally, I had the pleasure of speaking last week to a remarkable entrepreneur,  Katonya Breaux. She is radically rethinking sunscreen--and making it a useful, simple product for all skin tones. She also happens to be the mother of Frank Ocean. I explain her unusual journey to entrepreneurship and founding her company, Unsun.

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