Apr 2, 2018
Facebook's Zuckerberg fires back at 'glib' Apple's Tim Cook
Mark Zuckerberg said it was "Extremely glib" to suggest that because the public did not pay to use Facebook that it did not care about them. When asked what he would do if he were Mr Zuckerberg, Mr Cook replied: "I wouldn't be in that situation." Mr Cook has spoken in public twice since Facebook's data-mining controversy began. Elsewhere in the 49-minute interview, Mr Zuckerberg said he hoped to make Facebook more "democratic" by giving members a chance to challenge decisions its own review team had taken about what content to permit or ban. Mr Zuckerberg claimed messages had been sent "to each side of the conflict" via Facebook Messenger, attempting to make them go to the same locations to fight.
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