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Dailymail reported "Facebook shares drop after New Zealand massacre" on Friday

[] Chief Product Officer Chris Cox resigned on Thursday  Britain's interior minister Sajid Javid said social media firms must take action to stop extremism on their channels after Friday's shootings WhatsApp Vice President Chris Daniels also stepped down on Thursday Shares dropped to $165 by the end of the day, a minor improvement on the $162 they hit at the worst point in the day. It coincided with the departure of Chief Product Officer Chris Cox.

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