A controversy that nobody expected. That's what the series of cross statements between Facebook and the president of the United States, Joe Biden, became.
The president criticized the misinformation that exists in the social network about the coronavirus, which was even "killing people."
Of course, Mark Zuckerberg's company responded and assured that the deaths associated with the disease were due, among other factors, to the decrease in the vaccination rate in the United States.
Over the days, Biden seems to have given some thought to his answer from last week, and now he has toned down his remarks. In fact, in a new press conference he clarified that the platform is not killing people, but that disinformation causes a lot of damage.
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