2016 Facebook memo defends ‘ugly’ growth strategy, even if it gets people killed

A Facebook Inc. executive wrote a memo in 2016 that said the company’s strategy of growth at any cost could have disastrous consequences — even cause deaths — yet still be “justified.”

In the leaked memo, published Thursday by Buzzfeed, Facebook Vice President Andrew Bosworth talked about the “ugly” side of the social network’s impact on the world.

Read about the leaked 2016 Facebook internal memo which set the company growth patch at any cost on Market Watch.

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