Zuckerberg responds to the accusations of the US Congress and talks...


CEO Mark Zuckerberg has denied the accusations made against the social media giant, stressing that they are “untrue”.

After a hearing for the former Facebook content officer, Frances Hogan, before the US Congress, the founder of the most famous application, Mark Zuckerberg, sent a memorandum to his employees and published it on his page, in which he stressed that the recent allegations and accusations about the effects of the application on society are “meaningless.”

He denied that “Facebook” promotes hatred and divisions in societies, harms children and needs regulation, stressing that the accusations against his company of placing financial profit over safety are untrue.

“The argument that the company is deliberately promoting content that makes people angry in order to make money is completely illogical,” he said, stressing that his company makes money from ads and that advertisers are constantly being told that they do not want their ads to be shown alongside any harmful or outrageous content.

As for the failure of the applications, the founder of “Facebook” said, “It was the worst in years,” adding, “We spent the past 24 hours extracting information to see how we can strengthen our system against any similar failures in the future.”

Zuckerberg’s message came at the conclusion of a session of a US Senate committee that questioned Frances Hogan, a former product manager at Facebook, who revealed to the press irregularities within the company and said that Mark Zuckerberg plays a very unique role in the technology industry and no one is currently holding him accountable.

Over the past several weeks, Hoggin has uncovered thousands of documents indicating that Facebook hid evidence and lied about its platform spreading what it described as “harmful information”. The documents released by Hogan also reveal that Facebook knew that its social networking platform had harmed the mental health of teens.

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