Zuckerberg calls for more effective Internet rules.
Facebook’s founder and CEO wrote an opinion piece calling on regulators to play a more active role in setting the rules governing the Internet.
Mark Zuckerberg signs an op-ed piece in the Washington Post in which he calls for more active intervention by regulators in setting rules for the Internet.
In this paper, Zuckerberg suggests that a more standardized approach to content removal rules would be beneficial and would help keep technology companies more accountable.
The CEO of the social network, which has been under intense criticism, writes that “by updating the rules for the Internet, we can also preserve what’s best where – the freedom for people to express themselves.
And for entrepreneurs to build new things – while also protecting society from significant hazards, ” Reuters quoted.
This text comes on the heels of news reporting that the US government and Facebook are negotiating a multimillion-dollar agreement on the privacy slips the company has committed.
Zuckerberg also stressed that more up-to-date legislation focused on election protection should be created, including new rules that point to online political announcements that reflect the reality of the threats faced by social media companies.