Mayor Kim Carr, Facebook, Francis Haugen discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak


For a mandate to exist In the interests of public safety So I don't think individual safety is a priority I believe the safety and well-being of everybody is what's at stake right now New York City's school district is one of the first in the nation to require all school employees to be inoculated against the coronavirus In Southern California federal and state wildlife officials are working to assess the damage caused by an offshore oil pipeline leak that dumped about a 130,000 gallons of crude oil into the ocean just 5 miles off the coast of Huntington Beach over the weekend Mayor Kim Carr says that birds and fish have already washed up dead on their shores from the spill A Facebook whistleblower is alleging that the company is lying to investors and the public about its attempts to curb misinformation Francis haugen told CBS's 60 minutes that Facebook prioritizes hateful content in people's news feeds because it's more engaging and keeps people on the platform longer Facebook has realized that if they change the algorithm to be safer people will spend less time on the site they'll click on less ads They'll make less money In a statement to CBS Facebook said in part to suggest we encourage bad content and do nothing is just not true 60 minutes runs on our sister station Sunday nights on Bloomberg 99 one in D.C. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries How Michael Barr this is Bloomberg naked Okay.

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