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Mark Hamill accuses the social network of putting profits before truthfulness.Mark Hamill accuses the social network of putting profits before truthfulness.

Facebook: Star Wars' Mark Hamill deletes account over political ads - BBC News

Star Wars actor Mark Hamill tweeted that he would no longer use Facebook after the company announced that it would allow political ads that contain lies. Star Wars actor Mark Hamill tweeted that he would no longer use Facebook after the company announced that it would allow political ads that contain lies. 

Mark Hamill Deletes his Facebook and Roasts Mark Zuckerberg

The internet is losing its mind right now.The internet is losing its mind right now.

That Time Harrison Ford And Mark Hamill Supposedly Kissed On The Set Of Empire Strikes Back - CINEMABLEND

Mark Hamill said he was protesting Facebook's refusal to fact check political ads and accused the company of valuing "profit more than truthfulness."Mark Hamill said he was protesting Facebook's refusal to fact check political ads and accused the company of valuing "profit more than truthfulness."

Mark Hamill says he's deleting his Facebook account - Business Insider

The move is mostly being praised.

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Facebook apologized for the error.

“What are the chances I would get THIS guy? Never tell me the odds..... (#ItActuallyTookMeMoreThan20Tries) https://t.co/VtuudJD3Z4”

Mark Hamill on Twitter: "What are the chances I would get THIS guy? Never tell me the odds..... (#ItActuallyTookMeMoreThan20Tries)… "

“So disappointed that #MarkZuckerberg values profit more than truthfulness that I've decided to delete my @Facebook account. I know this is a big "Who Cares?" for the world at large, but I'll sleep better at night. #PatriotismOverProfits 🇲🇾>💰 https://t.co/seb2eJMTo6”

Mark Hamill on Twitter: "So disappointed that #MarkZuckerberg values profit more than truthfulness that I've decided to delete my @Facebook account. I know this is a big "Who Cares?" for the world at large, but I'll sleep better at night. #PatriotismOverProfits 🇲🇾>💰 https://t.co/seb2eJMTo6"

“Mark Hamill quits Facebook, saying Mark Zuckerberg ‘values profit more than truthfulness’ https://t.co/oj3eA0tFof”

Quentin Fottrell on Twitter: "Mark Hamill quits Facebook, saying Mark Zuckerberg ‘values profit more than truthfulness’ https://t.co/oj3eA0tFof"

“Thank you @HamillHimself The rebellion follows the light side of the force. We love you for that. And now you discover another one: the vomitive side of the force. This fight is still ongoing💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼”

baradit on Twitter: "Thank you @HamillHimself The rebellion follows the light side of the force. We love you for that. And now you discover another one: the vomitive side of the force. This fight is still ongoing💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼… https://t.co/sCo0PLOePv"

Star Wars icon Mark Hamill has joined the list of high-profile celebrities who quit Facebook in protest against allowing political ads and spread of misinformation on its platform.Star Wars icon Mark Hamill has joined the list of high-profile celebrities who quit Facebook in protest against allowing political ads and spread of misinformation on its platform.

Star Wars Actor Mark Hamill Deletes Facebook Account, Criticises Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) is on the cusp of hitting an all-time high as Mark Zuckerberg's wealth surges by $5 billion ten days into 2020.Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) is on the cusp of hitting an all-time high as Mark Zuckerberg's wealth surges by $5 billion ten days into 2020.

$500 Million a Day: Facebook's (FB) Mark Zuckerberg Is $5 Billion Richer in 2020

Mark v. Mark.Mark v. Mark.

Mark Hamill joins critics in deleting Facebook, condemning Zuckerberg - Culture

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Hamill wants Facebook to be arbiter of truth.

Mark Hamill deletes Facebook account over Zuckerberg’s decision to not censor political ads

Hamill wants Facebook to be arbiter of truth.Hamill wants Facebook to be arbiter of truth.

Mark Hamill deletes Facebook account over Zuckerberg’s decision to not censor political ads

Mark Zuckerberg has decided he has more pressing challenges than remembering to wear a tie to work every day, or even learning Mandarin. So for the first time since 2008, he's not announcing a personal... Celebrity News Summaries. | NewserFacebook boss will focus on the next decade instead

No More 'Wear a Tie' Resolutions for Zuckerberg

The Facebook CEO has ditched his usual New Year's tradition of setting ambitious, personal goals for the year ahead in favour of sharing a big picture plan.The Facebook CEO has ditched his usual New Year's tradition of setting ambitious, personal goals for the year ahead in favour of sharing a big picture plan.

Australian Financial Review

Star Wars icon Mark Hamill took to Twitter on Sunday to announce that he would delete his Facebook account.Musk removed SpaceX, Tesla and his own official pages from FacebookStar Wars icon Mark Hamill took to Twitter on Sunday to announce that he would delete his Facebook account.Musk removed SpaceX, Tesla and his own official pages from Facebook

Star Wars Mark Hamill deletes Facebook account, condemns Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today laid out a range of topics on which he and his company will focus over the next decade. By 2030, he says, AR and VR telepresence could allow employees to work remotely from anywhere in the world, alleviating the affordable housing crisis of increasingly populated cities. In a post on […]

Mark Zuckerberg Thinks AR/VR is a Solution to the Housing Crisis

Companies like Twitter and Facebook have begun to carve out a space for users that’s more like real life—with more options between shouts and whispers.Companies like Twitter and Facebook have begun to carve out a space for users that’s more like real life—with more options between shouts and whispers.

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