Mark Zuckerberg announced new efforts to prevent bad actors from using his social network to interfere in elections.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted a video of himself blowing a several-foot-long shofar.
One in four users claim to have actually deleted the Facebook app from their phone.
“You haven’t given us a reason, yet allow Holocaust Denial pages to still exist,” the center tweeted. “Seems a little hypocritical?”
From #MeToo heroes to a supermodel’s conversion to Israel’s historic Eurovision win.
“Face up to hate.”
If you have anything — anything — to donate to Mark, you should give.
Despite backlash over protecting Holocaust deniers, Facebook sees more than 2.5 billion people using at least one of its apps per month.
“Our families are in danger as a direct result of the people who see and believe the lies, which you have decided should be protected.”
He sees fake news as a public relations problem, not a foundational one, experts say.