I Have Cancer. Now My Facebook Feed Is Full of ‘Alternative Care’ Ads.
--Facebook really is evil.
Zuckerberg has sold his soul; employees should be ashamed--and realize that they are liable and complicit.
zuckerberg'>Mark Zuckerberg will still make $77 billion this year from advertisers.
If brands like Patagonia and Unilever really believe in this boycott, they should delete their Facebook pages entirely
The 10 most irresponsible public figures in America today (in rough order):
Who have I left out?
Great honor, I think? zuckerberg'>Mark Zuckerberg recently stated that “Donald J. Trump is Number 1 on Facebook. Number 2 is Prime Minister Modi of India.” Actually, I am going to India in two weeks. Looking forward to it!
1. This is a clarifying moment.
It shows exactly what Facebook is and who Zuckerberg is
Trump is violating Facebook's rules on election misinformation
Zuckerberg's response was to go on Fox News and defend Trump's right to undermine the integrity of the election
@facebook CEO zuckerberg'>Mark Zuckerberg is today criticizing Twitter. “We have a different policy than Twitter on this. I believe strongly that Facebook shouldn’t be the arbiter of truth of everything that people say online.” Did Twitter criticize Obama for his “you can keep your Dr.”?
zuckerberg'>Mark Zuckerberg has said he doesn't want the responsibility of blocking false political ads. If that's really the case, and not a desperate attempt to placate the far-right, Facebook should follow Twitter's lead and stop running political ads on its site altogether.
Fan pages for Hezbollah & Hamas are still allowed on
. So is the official page for Maduro, who is killing his own citizens. So the bans aren't actually about "safety."
MarkZuckerberg’s ‘hate ban’ isn’t about safety — it’s about his own ego
Civil rights leaders went into a call with Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg tonight with low expectations. They were not disappointed. Mark didn't comprehend/accept history of voter suppression and that Trump's tweets could stoke violence against demonstrators. More to come
In an open letter aimed at zuckerberg'>Mark Zuckerberg and his top lieutenants, Facebook employees decried the company’s policy of allowing politicians to post any claim, even false ones, in ads, saying it was “a threat to what FB stands for”
Gayle King, CBS: Why do you allow politicians to lie in ads?
Zuckerberg: I believe, in a democracy, people have a right to know what politicians are saying so they can make their own judgments
King: OK, what did you talk about with Trump at the White House
Zuck: That’s private