Facebook says any return to China would preserve free expression
Friday, November 16, 2018, 9:11 AM
Facebook Inc. said if it ever returns to China company will do it in a way that preserves rights to free-expression and privacy-issues that make such a move almost impossible today. The social-media giant made the comments in a written response to questions from U.S. senators. Facebook's stance is more cautious than Google, which is trying to get its search engine back into China.
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