Mark Zuckerberg defends the leaked Facebook documents he never wanted the world to see: The scrutiny is 'healthy,' but don't 'misrepresent our actions or motives' (FB)
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg responded to the publication of internal company emails and documents by UK Parliament.
The documents highlight how Facebook made early decisions around sharing user data in the run-up to 2014/2015.
Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook's policies had prevented lots of "sketchy apps," and that if the policies had been in place a year earlier, the Cambridge Analytica scandal would never have happened.
He also emphasised that the firm had never sold anyone's...
Eight months after revealing the links between Facebook and Cambridge Analytica (CA), whistleblower Christopher Wylie is pushing for the internet giant to be regulated—whether it wants to or not.
The social network publishes a detailed rebuttal of some of the claims made against it.