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Friday, 11 November 2016

Mark Zuckerberg admits that Facebook helped Donald Trump win the Presidential Election.

Zuckerberg absolves Facebook of any blame as regars Trump victoryZuckerberg who addressed the issuewhile speaking at a technology conference in California, said Facebook should not be held responsible.His words:“The idea that fake news on Facebook influenced the election in any way is a pretty crazy idea.“If you believe that then I don’t think you have internalised the message Trump supporters are trying to send in this election.”He continued: “My goal, and what I care about, is giving people the power to share so we can make the world more open and connected. That requires building a good versionof News Feed. We still have work to do on that. We’re going to keep improving it.“On the community guidelines, I thinkas norms change and people want tosee more news, I think we’ll have to continue to evolve the guidelines to reflect the value that the community holds.

According to the BBC, some data hasshown that fake stories were being far more widely shared on the platform than follow up stories debunking the claims.For an increasing number of people, particularly Americans, Facebook is becoming the primary source of news coverage.The site’s News Feed is specifically designed to show users content it thinks will be of most interest, creating what some describe as a“filter bubble”that reinforces a person’s view without injecting differences in opinion.Interestingly, earlier this year, Facebook was accused of being anti-Trump after it was alleged its human moderators were favouring liberal stories appearing in people’s“trending stories”box.While denying that claim, the site did sack its human team, instead relying solely on an algorithm to determine which stories were shown to be mostpopular.As a consequence, stories which were later proved entirely false appeared on the timelines of a large number of users.Six months ago, Zuckerberg attackedTrump’s stance on immigration in a speech about Facebook’s future.

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