Facebook’s Zuckerberg: ‘We’ve Learned A Lot Since 2016’, Says He’s Confident About Upcoming 2020 Election

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Published on April 4, 2019 - Duration: 01:23s

Facebook’s Zuckerberg: ‘We’ve Learned A Lot Since 2016’, Says He’s Confident About Upcoming 2020 Election

While Facebook is dealing the live-streaming of attacks and the spreading of misinformation on its platform, the social media's founder Mark Zuckerberg is proud and confident ahead of the 2020 elections.

Veuer's Justin Kircher has the story.

Facebook’s Zuckerberg: ‘We’ve Learned A Lot Since 2016’, Says He’s Confident About Upcoming 2020 Election

Despite dealing with more than its share of controversy over the last few years, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he’s proud of his company’s efforts.????In an exclusive interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America” with George Stephanopoulos, the site’s founder talked about the fights Facebook is facing on several fronts…????...including the New Zealand mosque shooting being live-streamed by the gunman on it’s platform…????...and stopping the spread of misinformation during elections and how Facebook has changed.????SOT Zuckerberg??“...the big journey that we’ve been on over the last few years is really getting much more proactive about seeking out where there might be issues and making sure we’re investing appropriately to handle them.”????Zuckerberg added that Facebook would spend more this year on security than the company made in 2012 when Facebook first went public and posted more than $5 billion in revenue.????While Zuckerberg admitted that those spreading misinformation will again try during the 2020 election…????...in the GMA interview, he said he was confident about the presidential elections next year and added “We’ve learned a lot since 2016”.

????However, he couldn’t say for sure that false or inaccurate information wouldn’t be spread.????As for plans to delay or alter livestreaming in the wake of the New Zealand mass shooting…????...Zuckerberg said there were no such plans, telling ABC most people are using the Facebook feature to interact with one another and not for broadcasting…????...adding “You’re communicating.

And people are commenting back.

So if you had a delay that would break that.”??

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