Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: It should be obvious that neo-Nazis are wrong

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After Zuckerberg addressed employees about the forum, another poster was put up reading "Silenced, but not silent", with FB Anon's start and end dates, according to Business Insider.

Zuckerberg did not mention President Trump in the post.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg joined a chorus of corporate executives condemning white supremacist groups late Wednesday. Google and GoDaddy stopped hosting a well known Neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer, and PayPal said it would not accept payments related to hate groups. Facebook's policies have long banned violent threats and hate speech, but the platform has sometimes struggled with enforcement.

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The employee who wrote the document argued that "the representation gap between men and women in software engineering persists because of biological differences between the two sexes". James Damore's document, titled "Google's Ideological Echo Chamber", prompted many Google employees to publically express outrage over the manifesto. Zuckerberg specifically mentioned the events in Virginia. "We won't always be flawless, but you have my commitment that we'll keep working to make Facebook a place where everyone can feel safe", he added.

While hate groups will simply migrate to other platforms, removing them from public ones such as Facebook will make them not so easy to access. We aren't born with such extreme views. "We have always welcomed people from every walk of life to our stores around the world and showed them that Apple is inclusive of everyone", he noted.

"Last year, we disabled any anonymous internal groups or pages within Facebook and reminded our people of the places at our company where they can have discussions about issues that matter to them, openly or confidentially as appropriate", Goler said in a statement. Debate is part of a healthy society.

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There is no place for hate in our community.

Zuckerberg said that while the process might not be flawless, the social media company is actively monitoring for threatening posts celebrating terrorism after the rally in Charlottesville. With the potential for more rallies, we're watching the situation closely and will take down threats of physical harm.

"The last few days have been hard to process".

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