A Facebook executive said the company had a “trust deficit” on a private call with advertisers Tuesday, The Financial Times reported . The comment comes as more brands have recently joined a planned boycott of Facebook ads in July due to its stance on content moderation. “There is a trust deficit,” Facebook’s head of trust and safety policy, Neil Potts, said on the call, which was organized by...
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