Mark Zuckerberg Says 'No Evidence' Facebook Censors Conservative News

The social media site has been accused of intentionally suppressing conservative news from the trending topics list.
0:54 | 05/13/16

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Transcript for Mark Zuckerberg Says 'No Evidence' Facebook Censors Conservative News
Now to mark Zuckerberg's making his first public comments about the firestorm surrounding Facebook. Supposedly stopping conservative topics from its trending list. ABC's Rebecca Jarvis is here. She'll tell us more. Good morning. Good morning. This is the CEO and founder of Facebook speaking out for the first time, his comments coming after a gizmodo report saying anonymous former employees alleging that they suppressed conservative news stories from the trending topics list and forced topic that weren't trending to appear on the list. Now there is an inquiry on the claims but this morning and overnight mark Zuckerberg writing these claims have no merit, that they have launched an investigation, that they have found no evidence that this report is true. But, robin, he says he will stick to his principles, Facebook will stick to their principles and if they find any wrongdoing they will proceed? We'll see what happens. All right, Rebecca, thank you.

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