Mark Zuckerberg reportedly brushed aside internal research that Facebook exposed users to more and more extreme views, saying he never wanted the topic brought to him again (FB)
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Facebook conducted internal efforts in 2016 and 2018 to examine whether the platform's algorithm was encouraging the polarization and the proliferation of extremist content, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Although Facebook's experts found the platform contributes to divisive rhetoric, senior executives reportedly dismissed proposed changes, some which would adversely affect user engagement.

According to The Journal, CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly indicated...

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