Star Wars legend Mark Hamill announced he’s deleting Facebook, and slammed Mark Zuckerberg for valuing “profit more than truthfulness.”
Hamill joins a bevy of celebrities and politicians who have condemned Facebook for its role in U.S. elections and its 2020 campaign ad policy.
But Facebook is followingthe exactpolitical ad policy television stations have fornearly a century. So may the farce be with you.
Mark Hamill tweeted Sunday that he’s going to delete his Facebook. The announcement drew cheers from his fans. The Star Wars actor lashed out at Mark Zuckerberg, saying Facebook’s CEO “values profit more than truthfulness.”
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