Facebook's Zuckerberg meets U.S. conservatives over bias controversy

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks on stage during the Facebook F8 conference in San Francisco, CaliforniaFacebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg heard from more than a dozen U.S. conservative leaders on Wednesday and said he will work to build trust with users who believe the social network displays politically biased news content. After a closed-door meeting at the company’s Silicon Valley headquarters, Zuckerberg defended his company’s practices but acknowledged that many conservatives believe Facebook is politically liberal. “It doesn’t make sense for our mission or our business to suppress political content,” Zuckerberg wrote on Facebook after the meeting.

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