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Facebook employee says leaders fail to address staff outcry over Trump posts

1 month ago   |   By National Post

SAN FRANCISCO - A Facebook employee said company leaders holding an all-hands meeting on Tuesday had so far failed to address concerns of staff who walked away from their desks to protest Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg's handling of inflammatory posts by U.S. President Donald Trump.
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Facebook engineer quits over Zuckerberg's policy on Trump posts

Facebook engineer quits over Zuckerberg's policy on Trump posts

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

A Facebook employee has resigned in protest of Mark Zuckerberg's decision to allow controversial posts from President Trump to remain on the site. In a public post on LinkedIn, software engineer Timothy Aveni said he is on the lookout for a new job thanks to “Facebook's continued refusal to act on the president's bigoted messages...
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Mark Zuckerberg refuses to back down on allowing Trump's post even as Facebook employees protest and resign

Mark Zuckerberg refuses to back down on allowing Trump's post even as Facebook employees protest and resign

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Mark Zuckerberg isn't backing down.
On a heated call with employees on Tuesday, the Facebook CEO refused to change course on the company's decision to allow a post by Donald Trump that has been criticized for "glorifying violence," according to a source familiar with the matter. The New York Times first reported on the meeting .
As protests over police brutality have engulfed the US in recent days, Facebook has faced a wave of internal unrest. It was sparked by the company's refusal to take action against a post by Trump, which said "when the looting starts, the shooting starts"- a phrase...
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Tech workers are urging Facebook employees to quit their jobs in protest of the company's controversial decision to keep up Trump's post about the George Floyd protest

Tech workers are urging Facebook employees to quit their jobs in protest of the company's controversial decision to keep up Trump's post about the George Floyd protest

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Some fellow tech workers are encouraging Facebook employees that are unhappy with the company's handling of President Trump's controversial post to step down from the company.
The comments come as Facebook employees have been voicing their concerns with Facebook's policies by speaking out and holding a virtual walkout.
One Facebook engineer has already resigned over the company's recent decision.
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As some Facebook employees are voicing their opposition to the company's handling of a post published by Donald Trump, some in the tech...
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