Sheryl Sandberg not sorry for Facebook mood manipulation study – Washington Post


Washington Post
On Wednesday, Facebook’s second-in-command, Sheryl Sandberg, expressed regret over how the company communicated its 2012 mood manipulation study of 700,000 unwitting users, but she did not apologize for conducting the controversial experiment.
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