Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg responded to the ‘mole’ accusations Frances Haugen against her social media, calling them “illogical”.
In an open letter to employees, Zuckerberg assured that the group is deeply concerned with issues such as safety, well-being and mental health.
Facebook and the evil of the world
by Riccardo Luna
“It is difficult for us to see a misrepresentation of our work and our motives,” he wrote, “I think many of you do not recognize the false image of society that has been painted.”
“The argument that we deliberately push content that angers people for profit is profoundly illogical,” Zuckerberg wrote again, “we make money on ads and advertisers are continually telling us they don’t want their ads to be near harmful content. or furious. I don’t know of any tech company that wants to make products that make people angry or depressed. Morals, business and product incentives all point in the opposite direction. “