More recently, Zuckerberg started to acknowledge Facebook's role in politics, and on Monday the social network introduced it's most impactful feature yet.

Facebook officially released a tool Monday that lets its users — all desktop and mobile users in the U.S. — easily contact their local officials. It's called "Town Hall," reminiscent of what Facebook likes to see itself as, especially in political discussion.  Read more...

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Facebook’s ‘Town Hall’ is probably the best thing the social network has ever done

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Like it or not, Facebook has an impact on politics. The social network contributed to President Donald Trump’s successful election, as much as CEO Mark Zuckerberg tried to lessen the blame on the rise of fake news.

More recently, Zuckerberg started to acknowledge Facebook’s role in politics, and on Monday the social network introduced it’s most impactful feature yet.

Facebook officially released a tool Monday that lets its users — all desktop and mobile users in the U.S. — easily contact their local officials. It’s called “Town Hall,” reminiscent of what Facebook likes to see itself as, especially in political discussion.  Read more…

More about Local News, Elections, Social Media, Politics, and Business

More recently, Zuckerberg started to acknowledge Facebook's role in politics, and on Monday the social network introduced it's most impactful feature yet.

Facebook officially released a tool Monday that lets its users — all desktop and mobile users in the U.S. — easily contact their local officials. It's called "Town Hall," reminiscent of what Facebook likes to see itself as, especially in political discussion.  Read more...

More about Local News, Elections, Social Media, Politics, and Business'>
, ,

Facebook’s ‘Town Hall’ is probably the best thing the social network has ever done

TwitterFacebook

Like it or not, Facebook has an impact on politics. The social network contributed to President Donald Trump’s successful election, as much as CEO Mark Zuckerberg tried to lessen the blame on the rise of fake news.

More recently, Zuckerberg started to acknowledge Facebook’s role in politics, and on Monday the social network introduced it’s most impactful feature yet.

Facebook officially released a tool Monday that lets its users — all desktop and mobile users in the U.S. — easily contact their local officials. It’s called “Town Hall,” reminiscent of what Facebook likes to see itself as, especially in political discussion.  Read more…

More about Local News, Elections, Social Media, Politics, and Business

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