"I believe that we need a more active role of governments and regulatory authorities," he wrote. "By updating the rules for the Internet, we can preserve what is best about it – the freedom for people to express themselves and for entrepreneurs to build new things – at the same time protecting the society from the wider harm."
"Every day we decide that it is harmful, it is political advertising, and how to prevent sophisticated cyber attacks. It is important to maintain our security community, "he wrote. "But if we were starting from scratch, we would not ask us to make these decisions alone."
Zuckerberg called for regulators to conduct Internet company "responsible for compliance with standards for harmful content," the idea, which served as a point of contention in the United States and other countries, where the social media platform has long been immune from such legal penalties.
He also said Facebook efforts to patrol political content, most of which was made after the platform has been linked to the spread of false information in 2016 on the eve of the US presidential election.
"Our system would be more effective if the regulation established common standards for the inspection of politicians," he said.
The director said the portability of data – which he described as the ability for users to move their data between social media platforms and other services – must be guaranteed.
"True portability data should look like, how people are using our platform to enter into the application than existing methods, you can download an archive of your information," he said. "But this requires clear rules about who is responsible for the protection of information as it travels between the services."
Sandberg said the company is considering restrictions that can transmit live video on its platform after the suspect in the attack of New Zealand broadcast live slaughter on Facebook.