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Facebook's board says Zuckerberg was too slow to spot Russian interference

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Mark Zuckerberg is forced to publicly contend with a new critic today: His very own board.

Following the Nov. 14 New York Times bombshell report detailing a host of gross miscalculations and alleged malfeasance at the social media giant both in the run up to and following the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the Facebook board has come out with a statement. And oh boy, even filtered through innumerable layers of corporate speak the message is clear: Board members aren't happy with Mark Zuckerberg.

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"As Mark and Sheryl [Sandberg] made clear to Congress, the company was too slow to spot Russian interference, and too slow to take action," read the statement, tweeted by Mike Isaac of the New York Times, in part. "As a board we did indeed push them to move faster." Read more...

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