Sunday, November 20, 2016

usatoday : Zuckerberg vows to weed out Facebook 'fake news'





Zuckerberg vows to weed out Facebook 'fake news'


Zuckerberg vows to weed out Facebook 'fake news'
Skip Ad Ad Loading... x Embed x Share The tech industry leader said those who believe the hype show a "profound lack of empathy."


Mark Zuckerberg Continues to Defend Facebook Against Criticism It May Have Swayed Election


Mark Zuckerberg Continues to Defend Facebook Against Criticism It May Have Swayed Election
Mark Zuckerberg on Saturday vigorously defended Facebook Inc. against criticism that fake news and misinformation on the social media site may have swayed the outcome of the presidential election, emphasizing his view that Facebook's role isn't to be "arbiters of truth."Mr. Zuckerberg, Facebook's chief executive and co-founder, said in a lengthy post that less than 1% of the site's world-wide content could be classified as...


Zuckerberg Has Thought About the Election and Decided Facebook Is Not to Blame


Zuckerberg Has Thought About the Election and Decided Facebook Is Not to Blame
Photo: GettyFollowing internal questioning from employees prior to last Tuesday's election and upper-level rumination post-election, Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg has made his official statement on whether or not the social media network that is "not a media company" adversely influenced the election.


Zuckerberg again rejects claims of Facebook impact on U.S. election


Zuckerberg again rejects claims of Facebook impact on U.S. election
Mark Zuckerberg announces the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to ''cure, prevent or manage all disease'' by the end of the century during a news conference at UCSF Mission Bay in San Francisco, California, U.S. September 21, 2016.


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