Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg publicly told employees on Thursday that Biden would become the next president of the United States, a Facebook spokesman confirmed. “I believe the election results are now clear and Biden will be our next president,” Zuckerberg said at the company’s plenary meeting. It’s important that people believe that the election is fundamentally fair, and for the tens of millions who voted for trump. ” This is the first time Zuckerberg has publicly acknowledged Biden’s election. Trump previously claimed, without any evidence, that there was widespread voting fraud. < / P > < p > earlier, several members of Biden’s campaign team criticized Facebook for its handling of election advertisements and the impact of misinformation on democracy. This suggests that the incoming government is likely to continue to treat Facebook harshly. In recent years, Facebook has attracted more and more attention from the government. < / P > < p > however, Facebook employees revealed that there was a sigh of relief within Facebook after the election results came out. Facebook basically survived the 2020 U.S. election without being accused of foreign intervention or misinformation. In 2016, Facebook was criticized for being responsible for the election results, and this time it provided users with authoritative information about the US election. Employees say Facebook’s approach to the 2020 election is like a counterattack to what happened in 2016. < / P > < p > Facebook also this week deleted a series of pages related to Steve Bannon, a former trump consultant. These pages try to organize a group called stop stealing. < / P > < p > one of Facebook’s most compelling strategies ahead of the US election was its decision to suspend political advertising from November 4. On Wednesday, Facebook announced that it would extend the ban until at least December. In the final days of the election vote, Facebook also disabled other features, including the recent tab on instagram and new group recommendations on Facebook. Privacy Policy