Sheryl Sandberg said she believes the Capitol attack is planned on platforms other than Facebook.
According to a new Reuters report, the FBI found little evidence that the attack was an organized plan.
Parlor is now seeking an apology from Sandberg and others who say he used it as a scapegoat.
According to CEO George Farmer, Parler is obliged to apologize.
NS Conservative favorite “free speech” social media app In a statement provided to insiders, he said he had been abused after the January 6 riots in the Houses of Parliament.
The statement came after a report released by Reuters on Friday stated that the FBI could not find evidence that the attack on the Capitol was the result of a pre-planned and organized plan. The outlet quoted four current and former law enforcement officers.
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“In other words,” Parlor said. And the upcoming social media platforms Parler and Gab. “
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said in an interview A few days after the riot, Facebook wasn’t used to plan the attack, pointing out smaller platforms such as Parler and Gab.
“I think these events were mostly held on platforms that weren’t capable of stopping hatred and had no standards or transparency,” Sandberg said.
Farmer said Parlor and Gab were “unfairly scapegoated,” according to Reuters reports.
“As we told Congress earlier this year, there was no evidence of adjustments to the parlor, but the amount of violent and exciting content increased in the weeks leading up to January 6,” Farmer said. rice field.
“I apologize to everyone who hastened to make a decision about the parlor, especially from competitors and service providers who should be familiar with it. Perhaps financial compensation may be needed.”
Facebook did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.
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