I regret to inform you that Mark Zuckerberg and Aaron Sorkin are publicly feuding over free speech And yes, the whole thing is about as dumb as you’d expect.
It all started when the Social Network writer published an open letter to Zuckerberg in the The New York Times, saying that Facebook is “assaulting the truth.”
Hours after Sorkin’s scathing letter (if factually flawed; the Times later published a lengthy correction addressing several inaccuracies), Zuckerberg (sort of) fired back with a Facebook post of his own.
His response? A quote defending free speech from the 1995 Sorkin-penned film American President. …