Mark Zuckerberg reveals in these days its true I, as a complete hypocrite.
For it is hypocrisy in the world, the founder of the world's largest social network Facebook just now provide.
the Explanation is that milliarderne gushing out of his personal pengetank, after nearly 48 billion crowns this week is shaved by the market value of his shares.
It happens because several large advertisers such as Coca-Cola, The North Face and fødevaregiganten Unilever has embarked on a comprehensive boycott of both Facebook and Instagram, who is under fierce criticism for being more interested in clicks and money than in ensuring that hatred and calls for violence are kept out.
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After having held the tab of his billion dollar business very much, and refused to interfere in what, for example, Donald Trump share of lies and defamatory attacks on other people will Mark all of a sudden make something.
It says Friday in a longer posting on Facebook, where he promises tighter moderation of postings.
Everyone - including politicians - are now subject to the new rules, where the content that calls for violence, hatred, or to remove the people's right to vote, must be removed.
'Our goal is to remove the kind of content, regardless of where it comes from.'
'It is no exceptions for politicians in any of the policies I am announcing here today,' he stresses in the lookup, as you can read in its entirety, including:
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the Outlook is a significant change in relation to the announcements, Zuckerberg came with just a few weeks ago in Fox News.
It came to pass at that time, for among other things, Twitter was started to mark the slanderous postings from Donald Trump as wrong.
- I mean, clearly, that Facebook should not be a 'broker' for the truth of all things, what people say online, he explained, while Trump threatened to avenge themselves on the social networks that mingle in his lookup.
- Private companies should not - particularly these platforms - be in a position to do this, said Zuckerberg so at the time.
It is apparently money and not principles, that govern Mark Zuckerberg. It shows he's in these days, where a comprehensive boycott from the advertisers get him to totally change position on the moderation of postings by, among others, Donald Trump. Photo: Erin Scott/Ritzau Scanpix
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But now the position is a second, which also means that lookups from prominent politicians, who in other ways violates Facebook's policy, will get a check mark that they are 'nyhedsværdige'.
It is Zuckerbergs solution, when Trump future harm to others.
It is important that one should be able to condemn the kind of opinions, believes Mark. And it can only, if it is being shared:
'We allow people to share this content in order to condemn it, just as we do with other problematic content, because it is an important part of how we discuss, what is acceptable in our society,' he writes in his new posting.
According to The Guardian it is questionable, however, whether the changes are significant enough to get the big advertisers back. Saturday, writes media, that the boycott continues.
- Facebook feel the pressure now, which is good, said Brandi Collins-Dexter, who is kampagnechef in the organization Color of Change, to the Washington Post.
- In the end, they just a long way to go.
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