MUNICH — Government regulators shouldn’t blame social media companies for the so-called “echo chambers” that leave internet users vulnerable to disinformation campaigns, according to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
“And the content that shows up in your news feed is primarily — it’s not determined by us. It’s things that other people share,” Zuckerberg told the Munich Security Conference during a Saturday discussion. “You choose who your friends are and what pages and what businesses you want to follow, and then, that’s the content that’s eligible to show up there.”
Zuckerberg was center stage at the major international foreign policy conference, as a series of Russian disinformation operations against