Zuckerberg defends Facebook users' right to be wrong – even Holocaust deniers
Mark Zuckerberg defended the rights of Facebook users to publish Holocaust denial posts, saying he didn’t “think that they’re intentionally getting it wrong”.
In an interview with Recode published on Wednesday, the CEO also explained Facebook’s decision to allow the far-right conspiracy theory website Infowars to continue using the platform, saying the social network would try to “reduce the distribution of that content”, but would not censor the page.
Zuckerberg’s comments came the same day that Facebook announced a new policy pledging to remove misinformation used to incite physical... read more
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