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Zuckerberg's open letter is a textbook-level desire to survive...

2019-04-01 11:25:07 214 ℃
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Facebook founder and the top post-80s millionaire Mark Zuckerberg had a bad time in the past few days. The scandal of

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data leak once plunged Facebook into the whirlpool of public opinion...

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According to media reports, as many as 87 million Facebook users (headline via Reuters)


have been rebellious before Zuckerberg's attitude, and opposed government intervention in the Internet and social media.

Result... In his latest open letter, Zuckerberg took a sudden 180-degree turn in his attitude, calling on the government to strengthen supervision.

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Just this morning in Beijing time, The Washington Post published Zuckerberg's open letter.

_Mark Zuckerberg: The Internet needs new rules. Let's start from the following four aspects. (via Washington Post)

In this open letter, Zuckerberg wrote:

Technology is a major part of our lives, and companies like Facebook have immense responsibilities.

Technology is an important part of our lives, while companies like Facebook have huge responsibilities. We make decisions about what speech is harmful, what constitutes political advertising, and how to prevent sophisticated cyberattacks. Every day, we make such judgments and decisions, which are particularly important for maintaining the safety of our communities.

I believe we need a more active role for governments and regulators.

By setting up new Internet rules, we can retain it s best side-people can be self-reliant on the Internet. By expression, entrepreneurs can create freely - while protecting our society from wider harm.

_Mark Zuckerberg: The Internet needs new rules. Let's start in these four areas. (via WP)

... Yes, it's not Zuckerberg.


The satirical expression package of Zuckerberg made by foreign netizens

may be too strong to survive. This time, Zuckerberg not only changed his attitude greatly, but also changed very thoroughly.

He even thought about four aspects , how to "limit oneself":

From what I've learned, I believe we need new regulation in four areas: harmful content, election integrity, privacy and data portability.

As far as I know, I think we need new regulation in four areas: content, election integrity, privacy and data portability. > Harmful content, election integrity, privacy protection and data portability. We have a responsibility to keep people safe on our services. That means deciding what counts as terrorist propaganda, hate speech and more.

First, harmful content. For those who use our services, we have a responsibility to protect their safety. That is to say, we need to define what belongs to terrorist propaganda, hate speech... Wait a minute and deal with it. Facebook has already made significant changes around political ads: Advertisers in many countries must verify their identities before purchasing political ads.

Second, legislation is important for protecting elections. Facebook has made many changes in political advertising: advertisers in many countries must verify their identity before buying political advertising. People around the world have been called for comprehensive privacy regulation in line with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, and I agree.

Third, effective privacy and data protection needs a globally harmonized framework. I agree that many people around the world have called for a comprehensive regulation of privacy in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Ordinance .

Finally, regulation should guarantee the principle of data portability. If you share data with one service, you should be able to move it to another. This gives people choice and enables developers to innovate and compete.

Finally, (establishing) rules to guarantee the principle of data portability . If you share data with a service provider, you should be able to move that data to another service provider. This not only gives people many choices, but also enables developers to remain innovative and competitive. <<


9650Mark Zuckerberg: The Internet needs new rules. Let's start in these four areas. (via WP)



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@bhreader:

Says the man who made all that evil possible and profited profited Yo Yo, and all those who are the initiator and the profiteer of all these things are still (embarrassed) to say these words?

@Maxx Bramell:

@Jim Boswell:

Who wants to bet Facebook collapses in the next 12 months under the massive federal indictments?

dare not bet: Facebook will fail due to a large number of federal prosecutions in the next 12 months?

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@Jonsonville:

A scared billionaire spouting off whatever he thinks people want to hear.Nobody cares what you have to say, Fuckerberg. Strong > Come on... Nobody wants to hear what you say, Zuckerberg!



Since "Data Leakage Gate", many users'preference for Facebook has declined dramatically. Even if Zuckerberg's letters were full of desire to survive, it seemed difficult to "save respect".

It seems that... This post-80s Internet giant, life will not be too good.




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