Facebook scores hits, misses as it reaches out to right after bias accusations

by Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times  |  published on June 27, 2016

Facebook’s reboot with the right was firing on all cylinders last week as Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg met with conservatives in Washington and announced a program to manage employee political bias.

And then she publicly endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton for president.

Still, Ms. Sandberg did enough during her two-day charm offensive to reinforce hopes that Facebook’s efforts to address its widely alleged anti-conservative tilt represent more than lip service.

At a forum Wednesday sponsored by the free-market American Enterprise Institute, Ms. Sandberg said employees now would receive instruction on avoiding political discrimination.

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