Monday May 25, 2020

Brexit divides make British MPs' Facebook unity stand out

There are basically no dissenting voices in the British political system to statements from MPs that Mark Zuckerberg had failed to show 'leadership or responsibility'

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

21st February, 2019
Facebook said the ruling goes beyond a process it already follows to “restrict content if and when it violates local laws".

With the British political system in a state of chaos that makes most people want everyone in Westminster to just stop and chill out for a minute, the cross-party and cross-interest unity over Facebook amongst MPs shows just how seriously the social network’s issues are being taken by the parliament across the water.

Think about it. British politicians can’t find unity on the most basic elements of Brexit, they are trying to fob...

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