Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg tried unsuccessfully to reach US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for a call. According to the Washington Post, the president is unhappy with a fake video posted on the platform.
A video in which Democrat Nancy Pelosi looks suspiciously drunk has spread on Facebook by support groups to President Donald Trump, including his own attorney, Rudy Giulliani, who has drawn attention in the United States.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded with dissatisfaction that the video could spread, according to Washington Post sources.
In late May, Facebook announced that the video would remain on the social network, but would be less visible and would receive a link to a source analysis site.
According to the Washington Post, Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has unsuccessfully tried to talk to Nancy Pelosi to discuss how imprecise information is being disseminated on the social network. His decision to preempt the meeting, according to newspaper sources, should be seen in light of how Facebook handled the fake video in early May.
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The video has millions of views and puts new problems for Facebook, which, according to its own statement, is working hard to solve problems with fake news and uploads of violent content. Facebook has 7,500 employees who review content to maintain the policy.
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