Clegg: Facebook to do 'whatever it takes'
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Clegg: Facebook to do 'whatever it takes' to make platform safer

Facebook's new global affairs chief, Sir Nick Clegg, has addressed concerns about self-harm images the BBC found on the firm's photo-sharing platform Instagram.

He said that the platform was determined to become safer for vulnerable people, while still allowing others to issue a plea for help.

The former UK deputy PM also said Facebook had "much, much better control to stop foreign interference in elections".

  • 28 Jan 2019
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