Mark Zuckerberg calls for additional external regulation in the Internet governance. (AP: Andrew Harnik, File)
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg called for regulators and governments to play a "more active role" in the establishment of rules governing the Internet.
- Mr. Zuckerberg called for rules to standardize the approach to the elimination of harmful content
- He called on the rules around harmful content, integrity, confidentiality, and data portability election
- He agreed with the politicians, who said Facebook was too much power over speech
Mr. Zuckerberg, whose company has been under pressure for failing to adequately police of hate speech and the protection of user privacy on its platform, writes in an opinion piece for the Washington Post, that the "standardized approach" to delete the content will help keep the Internet company "responsibility".
"By updating the rules on the Internet, we can preserve what is best about it – freedom for people to express themselves and for entrepreneurs to build new things – at the same time protecting society from greater damage," writes Mr. Zuckerberg.
Mr. Zuckerberg called rules in four specific areas, causing problems for the company in recent years: the harmful content; The integrity of the elections; privacy; and data portability.
Record that Facebook has created an independent body to which people can appeal against decisions on content removal, Mr. Zuckerberg said that he agreed with the politicians, who say that its social media platform has been "too much power over speech."
He said he believes that the company "does not make so many important decisions to address on our own."
Facebook launched an independent body for the user to challenge the content of which has been demolished. (AP: Richard Drew, File)
His comments come after Facebook announced that the ban on the praise, support and representation of white nationalism and white separatism on the platform in the shooting Christchurch.
He called for the laws of online political advertising to cover separating political issues and not just focus on the candidates or to apply only during elections.
On the issue of privacy, he called for "a globally harmonized framework" rules around privacy and data protection, so the company had to deal with the laws that were different state or country.
He also called for strict regulation over who is responsible for the protection of personal information, general and navigate between different services.
Comments by Mr. Zuckerberg comes after Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg has promised to examine restrictions on the live stream as a result of the attack Christchurch.
Ms. Sandberg says the social media giant agrees calling it needs to do more.
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