Largest union federation in the US demands apology from Mark Zuckerberg over new software feature that would allow employers blacklist words like ‘unionize’ in chats

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka demanded a personal apology from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after it was revealed the company was working on a feature that could limit union drives. “The AFL-CIO demands that Mark Zuckerberg personally apologize to working people, pull this tool immediately, and conduct a board-level investigation into how this product came into existence in the first place,” Trumka said in a statement on Friday. Earlier, a spokesperson for Facebook told Business Insider that the company has frozen production on its potentially union-busting feature. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

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