Facebook VP says antitrust regulation will not fix its problems

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Richard Allan, Facebook’s vice president of policy solutions, speaks at a press conference in Berlin, Germany, 14 September 2015.

Facebook refused to entertain the idea of antitrust regulation of during a hearing in the U.K. Tuesday with representatives from nine governments. At the hearing, parliamentarians from the U.K., Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, France, Ireland, Latvia and Singapore questioned Facebook about its actions around fake news and the spread of false information on its platform.

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