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Mark Zuckerberg

The new law is designed to force Google and Facebook to pay publishers for news.
Facebook on Wednesday pledged to invest at least $1 billion in the news industry over the next three years, days after a
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Mark Zuckerberg announced Trump has been blocked from using the social media platforms "indefinitely and at least for the next two weeks".
Trump's ally says the president can bust Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook, the "Clintons" and others who oppose him.
"Facebook, complicit in the propagation of weaponised hatred, is on the wrong side of history," Timothy Aveni said.
Facebook confirmed to NBC News that the October meeting had taken place. The company would not say, however, what was discussed during the dinner.
The company is concerned about the impact of misinformation.
The Facebook founder responded "I don't know" when asked whether his platform would allow a hypothetical ad.