Zuckerberg took to his own platform on Tuesday night with a massive, 1,300-word essay, saying he wanted to share a note he wrote to all company employees hours after a self-avowed Facebook ‘whistleblower’ testified before US lawmakers, leveling withering critiques against the site and its business practices.
“Now that today’s testimony is over, I wanted to reflect on the public debate we’re in,” the CEO wrote, insisting that negative news coverage of Facebook had painted a “false picture” of the company, which he said “[cares] deeply about issues like safety, well-being and mental health.”
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