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A top Facebook executive said: “there is no evidence at all that Russia has an impact on the Brexit referendum result, which is a response to some of the Uk’s legislators, and many of the tech giants.
Nick Clegg, the British deputy prime minister, who currently serves as the social network’s head of global policy and communications, said that the company’s internal investigations found no evidence of abuse on the social network, mark on the Brexit vote as opposed to when the company has carried out a similar survey before the US presidential election.
“We have had a full analysis of all the data that we have in the run-up to the Brexit referendum, following the same methodology as we did after the FBI notified Facebook of the outside, the 2016 U.S. presidential election,” Clegg told BBC News on Monday. “We will not share this information with the committee as well as the Westminster, and other places. We have found no evidence of a major attempt by outside forces.”
Clegg said that the continued resistance of the Silicon Valley, which is also made of the risk that we will throw the baby out with the bath water and make it next to impossible for a tech to innovate all the time, in the correct way, the Technology is neither good nor bad. Technology through the ages, has been used by both good and bad people, good and bad, will end.”
Carole Cadwalladr, is an independent journalist whose work is credited with the exposure of the Cambridge Analytica details of a scandal, dismissed Clegg’s statements and retweeted the statements made by those who believe that Facebook does have a role to play in the influence of the Brexit referendum.
“So the Facebook spins, that’s propaganda. The BBC channels. And LeaveEU be strengthened. A great morning’s work. Well done. I honestly don’t know where to start with this one,” Cadwalladr, who has called for the independence of Robert Mueller’s-style probe in a Brexit, and written extensively on the subject, wrote on Twitter.
A Channel 4 investigation in May found that the millionnaire Arron Banks have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to finance the “lavish lifestyle” of Nigel Farage, the chief advocates of a Brexit in the United Kingdom. Scientists and public figures have said that the Menlo Park, Calif., company is still not satisfied with your personal details, such academics will be able to determine whether or not Russia played a role in the Brexit.
David Lammy, a British lawmaker with the Labour y, there was the question of Clegg’s remarks.
“Horse manure,” Lammy wrote on Twitter. “What’s the deal with the misinformation that is spread by the Russian media, state, RT, and Sputnik, be on Facebook?”
Collins chairs a british parliamentary committee, which has called for Facebook to be investigated by the country of the right to privacy, and the competition authorities.
Facebook had no further comment when contacted by Fox News on Monday.