Mark Zuckerberg says it's 'extremely unlikely' fake news posted on Facebook swung the election for Trump and warns against the site 'becoming arbiters of the truth' 



Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has emphatically denied that fake news posted on the social network swung the election for Donald Trump.
Zuckerberg shared his thoughts in a lengthy post on Saturday night after he said many people questioned whether fake news contributed to the shocking result – and what the platform's role was to prevent hoaxes from spreading.
He claims that more than 99 per cent of content on Facebook is authentic and 'only a very small amount' make up fake news and hoaxes.
And they're not limited to one partisan view, or even politics, according to the tech billionaire.... read more

 
14 November 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 49
Source: Daily Mail
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