Friday , November 15 2019
Home / zimbabwe / CEO of facebook Mark Zuckerberg requires Internet regulation | news | DW

CEO of facebook Mark Zuckerberg requires Internet regulation | news | DW


Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Sunday urged the government and regulatory authorities to play a more rules in the regulation of the Internet.

At the end of the published in the newspapers, including Germany Frankfurter Allgemeinethen washington Post, Ireland Sunday IndependentAnd France Journal de DimancheZuckerberg has identified four areas that need to be regulated, "harmful content, integrity, confidentiality, and data portability election."

"Technology to & # 39 is an important part of our lives, and companies such as Facebook have huge responsibilities," he wrote. "Every day we decide that it is harmful, it is political advertising, and how to prevent sophisticated cyber -ataki. "

More: Why you should think twice about giving their facebook mobile phone number

Facebook has "too much power over speech"

"Legislators often say to me that we have too much power over speech, and frankly, I agree," Zuckerberg said.

He added that Facebook "does not make so many important decisions about the speech on our own", and prompting Facebook, to create an independent body that people could appeal his decision.

Zuckerberg also said that all the major online services have to issue a quarterly report on its success in removing harmful content and new legislation should be introduced to protect the elections.

"Total global network" should be

Zuckerberg said that he believes that "the overall global framework – faster than regulation, much Var & # 39; iruetstsa depending on the country and the state – will ensure that the Internet does not get broken, entrepreneurs can create products that provide all, and everyone receives the same protection, "he wrote.

Facebook experienced sharp criticism this month after a deadly attack on two mosques in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand, in which the attacker live streaming event on Facebook.

Facebook said the video viewed by at least 200 times in the air and about 4000 times in total before removing.

More: 15 years later, this time #DeleteFacebook?

According to Facebook, 1.5 million versions of the video have been removed during the first 24 hours, but Ardern expressed disappointment that the footage can still be found on the Internet in four days.

On Wednesday, the social media giant said that the ban on the contents of the support of white nationalism and white separatism as Facebook and Instagram, and on Thursday, he said that he has introduced stricter rules on advertising before elections to the European Parliament in May.

Law / rc (AFP, DPA)

Every evening, the editor sends DW selection of hard news and the artistic quality of daily journalism. You can sign up to get it right here.

Source link