NEW YORK — Fb CEO Mark Zuckerberg is asking for extra outdoors regulation in a number of areas during which the social media web site has run into issues over the previous few years: dangerous content material, election integrity, privateness and information portability.
In an opinion piece Saturday in The Washington Publish, Zuckerberg says governments and regulators reasonably than non-public corporations like Fb must be extra energetic in policing the Web. He says privateness guidelines such because the Normal Information Safety Regulation, which took impact in Europe final 12 months, must be adopted elsewhere on the earth.
The piece comes days after Fb was criticized after a taking pictures rampage in New Zealand that killed 50 individuals was broadcast stay on the location. It mentioned Wednesday it was extending a ban on hate speech to white nationalists.