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Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg clarifies Holocaust comments after outcry

The Age Thursday, 19 July 2018
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg clarifies Holocaust comments after outcryFacebook chief came under fire after saying it is 'too extreme' to ban publishers for spreading false claims.
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▶ Mark Zuckerberg Clarifies Comments About Holocaust Deniers 00:48

Mark Zuckerberg is clarifying what he said about holocaust deniers, Zuckerberg says the goal of Facebook is not to prevent someone from saying something untrue, but to stop the spread of fake news.

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