Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has spoken out for stricter regulation of the Internet. "We need to set up the rules for the Internet, in order to preserve the Good," wrote the founder of the world's largest Online network, in a guest article for the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Sunday newspaper". "We need a more active role of governments and regulations," it was said in it.
In the post, which was also published in the "Washington Post", the "Sunday Independent" and the "Journal de Dimanche," says Zuckerberg, in other countries the data protection rules to introduce the controversial European data protection regulation (DSGVO) are similar. The legislators should also introduce some rules for questions, which leaves open the DSGVO so far.
The Facebook founder also proposes rules for the data transfer between the Internet platforms. "Data shared with a service, you should be able to be transferred to another service," argued Zuckerberg.
Also with regard to the blocking of content, calls Zuckerberg uniform rules for multiple companies: "Because people use many different services, all with their own policies and processes, we need a common approach. An idea would be to let independent bodies, Standards setting, compliance with which companies are measured."
Facebook is always in the criticism, because users are spread on the platform of hate messages. Recently, an Australian right-wing extremist for his attack on two mosques in new Zealand live in Facebook transfer. In the attack, 50 people died. In addition, the Online platform was used to manipulate elections. Privacy advocates criticize the massive collection of personal data by Facebook. (roy/AFP)
Created: 31.03.2019, 03:48 PM