He says an "era of accountability" may be beginning.
It admitted to targeting George Soros, it's facing a civil rights audit, and UK lawmakers are threatening to drop some potentially explosive documents.
Those users are "not intentionally getting it wrong," he said.
When asked directly, the billionaire CEO refused to endorse any specific regulations.
Andrew Bosworth says he didn't agree with the memo when he wrote it.
The apology was signed by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Zuck's new focus on friends and family doesn't get too many likes among investors.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company is now looking for people to have "more meaningful social interactions."
“I feel tremendous guilt.”
Mark Zuckerberg is hailing A.I.'s ability to "save lives," but not everyone is giving this move a "like."