Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revisited Harvard University Wednesday to address some key issues that the company is embroiled in, having data privacy as the bottom-line. Zuckerberg was speaking to Jonathan Zittrain, who heads the Harvard Law’s Berkman Klein Center for internet and society. He said that Facebook is not the “arbiter of truth” and is working on curbing the spread of misinformation around the globe.
Zuckerberg tore a page from his rhetoric playbook to address one of the many subjects that have been a bad press for Facebook. He said he knows that people do not want Facebook to control the truth, instead, they believe Facebook is supposed to tackle fake news and its rampant dissemination that has numerously staked important activities in many nations.