How Mark Zuckerberg wants governments to regulate content on online platforms

It looks like Mark Zuckerberg’s now into blogging. In an op-ed in the Washington Post, the Facebook CEO asked governments around the world to consider introducing more transparent rules for moderating content on the internet. Zuck said that the authorities need to upgrade regulations in four key areas: harmful content, election integrity, privacy, and data portability. Notably, Facebook‘s recent announcements address most of these topics.  Last week, the social network announced it’ll weed out white supremacist content, following a terrorist attack on a mosque in New Zealand last month.  COO Sheryl Sandberg also revealed the company’s considering limiting live streaming features, after the incident. But as my colleague Abhimanyu noted…

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