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Mark Zuckerberg wants help in controlling Internet content

Mark Zuckerberg wants help in controlling Internet content

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg urged regulatory agencies and governments to play a more active role in controlling Internet content.

Mark Zuckerberg said in an open letter published on the Washington Post newspaper's opinion page. Today's information is reported on Sunday in BBC Online.

Mark Zuckerberg said that it is very difficult for an organization to take responsibility for the monitoring of harmful content alone.

Two weeks after the terror attack in Christchurch, New Zealand's Christchurch Al Nour and Lynnud mosque, an open letter in Mark Zuckerberg raised concerns about the spread of social media content. 50 Muslims were killed in the attack. During the attack on the mosque, the event livelystreamed on Facebook gunman Brenton Tarant After the March 15 incident, the video was widely spread on Facebook. Facebook faces severe criticism for failing to stop livestream and video coverage. However, Zuckerberg did not mention the case of Christchurch in his open letter.

In his open letter Zuckerberg called for four new laws to be created. These are harmful content, election accuracy, privacy and data logistics.

In writing, Zuckerberg said, "Lawmakers often tell me that we have many powers to talk about. To be honest, I accept it. Facebook is building an independent framework so that people can appeal to Facebook's decision about what was posted or posted.

In his writings, Zuckerberg wanted to see some new laws for technology companies. He said that new laws should be applicable for all websites, so that the use of any platform to stop the spread of harmful content is easy.

What has come to Zuckerberg's call to the regulatory bodies and governments is that large companies will have to publish the transparency report every three months. Worldwide stringent law to protect election accuracy Formulating the same criteria for all websites in identifying political figures. The law should be applied not only for candidates and elections, but also on political issues that cause divide. There will be law enforcement outside the formal election campaign period. A new approach is to control the way data is used for political campaign targeting the voters online. To protect confidentiality, the general data protection policy (GDPR), like the European Union, can take on a large number of countries. When a person leaves the service from one service to another, then the law should be made clear about who will be responsible for protecting the person's data.

Zuckerberg's open letter will be published in some European newspapers.

Facebook has been criticized about the issue of personal data misuse of people during the election campaign. The incident of the Cambridge Analyzing scandal created a worldwide scam. In this incident, Facebook is facing question.

Zuckerberg said, "I think Facebook is responsible for working on these issues. I want to discuss these issues with the world lawmakers.'