Or just simply that by repeatedly doing stories on Facebook’s practices, they’re not being “fair” even if the information is truthful.
“Facebook sources believe some of the paper’s reporters willfully ignored nuances…”
Let’s look at the nuances. Right. How greedy cutthroat defense trial attorneys try to nullify juries.
a move sources likened to Facebook taking out an ad in the Times encouraging readers to cancel their subscriptions.
…except that with Facebook, you are the product, not the customer… and users are often unaware of that …plus the Times doesn’t obfuscate their cancellation process… but if you ignore those integral differences, yes, it’s exactly the same.
Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook executives are upset at The New York Times
Yeah? Fight over corpse scraps until ya choke, ya vampire puketwats.
Poor little Markie.
"The sponsored ad came after weeks of Times articles that cast Facebook as a reckless, data-hungry behemoth with little regard for user privacy or the integrity of American politics.
That’s the exact truth about them.
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