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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Zuckerberg has promised to give Congress information about the “Russian interference” in the elections

Facebook founder mark Zuckerberg on his page said that the social network will give the American Congress and information about “Russian intervention” in U.S. elections. “I don’t want someone used our tools to undermine democracy,” he said.

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Zuckerberg added that the company conducted an internal investigation for several months.

The post of the founder of the social network were published after reports that the Russians allegedly bought advertising in social networks through fake accounts, thereby convincing the Americans to vote for Donald trump.

Zuckerberg himself admitted that they failed to find evidence linking these accounts with Russia. The businessman added that the company will continue to investigate.

We will remind, the other day about “Russian intervention” in U.S. elections said the famous Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman.

He starred in the vrolik so-called Committee of inquiry of Russia. The organization was founded, in addition to Freeman, the editor of the prestigious magazine The Atlantic David Frum and former Director of National intelligence.

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In the propaganda video Freeman said that the US was “attacked”, and this is supposedly Russian President Vladimir Putin, who thus decided to take revenge on Washington for the collapse of the Soviet Union.

The words of the Hollywood actor caused a heated debate in Russian society, however, many Russians said that he was disappointed in Freeman.


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