Facebook Creates Committee To Help Prevent Election Interference
Facebook is putting together a panel of experts to look at how social media can affect U.S. elections.
Facebook announced it's creating an election research commission aimed at preventing future election interference on the social media platform.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the independent panel will look at "the effects of social media on elections and democracy." Researchers will study Facebook's role in upcoming elections and make policy recommendations. The commission won't focus on how past races may have been affected.
Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN.
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