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Facebook’s Zuckerberg says that there is a “clear bias” in the controversy over the censorship of a pro-life group Live Action

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the company’s handling of a fact-check of the controversy, with the pro-life group Live Action, was the cause.

The plan of the tech college, and the matter was discussed at a meeting on Thursday with the Missouri S. Josh Hawley, a frequent critic of the Large-Tech, on a variety of topics, including privacy, allegations of anti-conservative discrimination.

“Zuckerberg acknowledged that there is a “clear bias” in the @LiveAction @LilaGraceRose completed. Said bias is a problem that we have wrestled with for a long period of time.'” tweeted Hawley is one of a number of senators who have concerns about the tech company, the control of facts systems, in a letter sent to Zuckerberg last week.

Hawley will also be challenged to be Done to sell, Instagram, and WhatsApp, which the company has possession of, and be subject to an independent, third-party audit completed. Zuckerberg denied on both counts.

The tech mogul ” s visit to Washington, D. C., came out as Facebook faces anti-trust probe is being led by the attorney-general, as well as a separate anti-trust investigations by the Federal Trade Commission.

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Last month, the Live Action was then told by Facebook that the fact checkers was noticed in the two videos with the statement, ” abortion is never medically necessary,” as false. The tech-giant has also stated that a Live-Action, on the left, and the Pink pages could have been reduced, distribution of the member states for repeatedly sharing a false news.

A video with the title of “The Pro-Life Answer to Abortion Can be Medically Necessary, “” functions, neonatologist, Dr. Kendra Kolb. In the second video, entitled, “Abortion is NEVER Medically Necessary,” a speech given by Rose. A Live-Action, and Rose’s Facebook page to reach out to more than 3 million followers combined.

Facebook removed the passage from the Live-Action of the past week, and while the fact-checking organization, which is known as the Science of Feedback, and is conducting an internal review of what happened.

In response to the comments made by the Sorts of Live Action’s President, Lila Rose, said that he needs to be out in public a few times.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg walks at the meetings on technology, regulation and social media issues on January 19, 2019, in the Capitol Hill area of Washington, DC. (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

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“Facebook also needs to remove the false Fact Check and the sending of a notice to our followers that have been logged in via Facebook as fact-checkers is that our messages were “false,” and the repair process, so that it never happens again to us or anyone else,” Rose said in a tweet.

In a recent new york times op-ed, one of the doctors, who are, in fact, checked in with Live-Action, it is the explanation of the Science of Feedback and defend their work, and the writing of medical misinformation,” harms patients, and that is Facebook’s decision to remove the fact-check is “dangerous.”

Fox News has not reached Facebook for comment.

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