id=”article-body” class=”row” section=”article-body”> Mark Hamill thinks Facebook has gone to the dark side.
Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/ Getty Images Star Wars’ Mark Hamill tweeted Sunday night that he’s deleted his Facebook account. In the post, Hamill said he’s disappointed that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg values profit over truthfulness. Hamill linked to an article from The New York Times that said the social media site has no plans to adjust its political policies.
Political campaigns can reportedly use Facebook to direct advertisements to certain sections of the electorate, but the site won’t police the integrity of the messages.
Ahead of Hamill’s tweet, 우리카지노계열추천 Facebook posted a blog about transparency and 우리카지노총판 control in political ads. Though some changes let users have a bit more control over the ads they see, it’s still possible for politicians to lie in those ads, and 우리카지노계열가입 this is allowed by the social media site. Prior 우리카지노계열총판 to Hamill’s tweet, 250 Facebook employees publicly criticized the social media site’s policy as well.
Facebook didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
So disappointed that #MarkZuckerberg values profit more than truthfulness that I’ve decided to delete my @Facebook account. I know this is a big “Who Cares?” for the world at large, but I’ll sleep better at night. #PatriotismOverProfits 🇲🇾>💰 website
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