Mark Zuckerberg has been in hot water this week thanks to comments he made during an interview with Kara Swisher about the kinds of content that should and shouldn’t be removed from the platform... TechCrunch
WASHINGTON - Facebook found itself embroiled anew in controversy Thursday after chief executive Mark Zuckerberg argued the leading social network should not filter out posts denying the Holocaust. Bangkok Post
Mark Zuckerberg has had to backtrack on comments he made about allowing Holocaust deniers to post their beliefs on his social media platform. German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas condemned Zuckerberg's.. Deutsche Welle
CNN chief Jeff Zucker will take a six-week leave of absence so that he can undergo heart surgery, the network’s senior media reporter Brian Stelter said on Twitter Thursday.
“Jeff Zucker just.. The Wrap
Comcast said Thursday that it no longer intends to pursue its acquisition of some 21st Century Fox assets, handing Disney a victory in their bidding war.
The cable provider said it would instead.. Business Insider
MENLO PARK (UNITED STATES) - Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has found himself at the center of a fresh row after saying the social network should not prohibit posts which deny the Holocaust. Bangkok Post
Facebook must stick to German laws which ban Holocaust denial, the Justice Ministry in Berlin said on Thursday after Mark Zuckerberg caused outrage by saying his platform should not delete such.. Reuters Also reported by •Bangkok Post •Reuters India
Zuckerberg - who is Jewish - said in an interview published Wednesday that he thinks there are things 'that different people get wrong' and won't ban holocaust deniers from the US site. MailOnline Also reported by •CBS News