Facebook does not believe it is a primary cause of polarisation

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Facebook does not believe it is a primary cause of polarisation

Of political views.

A Facebook executive said in a weekend interview with CNN that the company does not believe that its social media service is a primary contributor to the political polarisation that has become widespread in the United States. The company's vice president of policy and global affairs, Nick ...

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