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When the commissioner Thierry Breton is the lesson to the boss of Facebook

This is a practice favorite of the european commissioner Thierry Breton: a dialogue with the big bosses of the Gafa. Monday night, he put the cover with Mark Zuckerberg, for a debate conference organised by the think-tank Cerre. This was the occasion for the French, a former captain of industry, to give a small lesson of governance is one of the most powerful young wolves of the tech. "When you're the CEO of an internet platform very important, you should listen to very many stakeholders, explained professor Breton. And in the end, it is Mark Zuckerberg, and he alone, who is responsible for what is Facebook."

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The person concerned, was criticised by the american press for its handling of the increasingly lonely of the largest social network in the world, has kept an impassive face. Thierry Breton, who is no longer CEO but now on the side of the regulators, has warned. In the framework of the fight against the misinformation, "the evil of the century" is spreading on social networks, it is necessary to results. 'Otherwise, we régulerons", he threatened. Mark Zuckerberg was not opposed to this, if the approach is "nuanced".

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Better, it encourages the european Union to act. "I'm worried to see the model (chinese) spread to other countries, has developed the boss of Facebook, banned in the Middle kingdom. The best antidote would be to have a clear regulatory framework that would come from the western democracies." When Europe sets up rules, these rules "often become standard everywhere in the world," said the american leader. A compliment to the commissioner Breton.

The editorial team conseilleMark Zuckerberg wants a special system for content ligneFace to Facebook, Thierry Breton argues for a "shared governance"SujetsThierry BretonMark ZuckerbergFacebookGafaDésinformationnouvelles Technologies69 commentairesDidier Broquerele 20/05/2020 09:26

Breton has always loved to stage. European commissioner you can count on him to add more.

Landaisle 20/05/2020 08:11

Breton ???? The biggest wheeler-dealer !!! As a result when he was a minister ??? The process of privatization and a few scandals, then, to him , to give lessons.....ROFL..

Sunshine surfeurle 20/05/2020 to 06:18

To die laughing. He has never done anything and want to sell the idea of a european federal socialistic ailments.
It is insignificant. L europe is in deliquescence.

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