Holocaust denial should not be banned on Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has said. Although he described such posts as "deeply offensive", the social network chief executive said that he does not think users sharing Holocaust denial material are "intentionally getting it wrong". Following outcry from groups including the Anti-Defamation League, Mr Zuckerberg subsequently clarified that he "absolutely didn't intend to defend the intent of people who deny [the Holocaust]".
Facebook users who change their mind and do not want their messages to appear in a recipient's inbox will be able to delete them in future. The US tech giant has admitted its boss Mark Zuckerberg has been secretly using a tool to delete his messages in other users' inboxes for several years without telling recipients.