Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg recently called for regulators to play a “more active role” in establishing rules that govern the internet.
Facebook is moving away from being a “digital town square” to meet growing demands for secure, private messaging on a smaller scale, chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Wednesday as he outlined a broad vision for transforming the world’s biggest social network.
Companies like Facebook were also using their size to bully smaller firms that relied on social media platforms to reach customers.
Sputnik attacked the Fackebook for the decision it said was political and amounted to censorship of seven Facebook pages belonging to its news hubs in neighbouring countries.
From January, Emmanuel Macron’s administration will send a small team of senior civil servants to the company for six months to verify Facebook’s goodwill and determine whether its checks on racist, sexist or hate-fuelled speech could be improved.