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We're Spending Less Time On Facebook, And Mark Zuckerberg Says That's Great

Zuckerberg says if people spend less time on the site — but the time they spend is higher-quality and involves more interaction — it's good for his bottom line. It's also good for society, he says.
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and founder of Facebook Inc., attends a conference in Idaho in July 2017. Zuckerberg has announced — and celebrated — a drop in the amount of time users are spending on Facebook. Source: Drew Angerer

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says recent changes to the site have reduced the amount of time users spend there — a development he says he expected, and one he welcomes as good for both his business and the health of society at large.

In a Facebook on Wednesday, Zuckerberg says the social media

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