The former Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom once called for digital supervision, but it is under review. Even if the US government drops a bomb in early 2020, people are still accustomed to the idea of digital regulators. Bankers, economists, and financiers have been hit hardest. But now, almost the entire world has been affected.
As we all know, due to the security of its main platforms Giphy, WhatsApp, Instagram, and Messenger, Facebook has gradually taken over the world. Greedy Little Claw can complete the task again. Zuckerberg is not the culprit this time. Bless this guy, there is another famous name, former British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg (Nick Clegg), who is now the vice president of global affairs for the Facebook family. So far, nothing has been confirmed, but in an article published on May 24, 2021, Craig proposed to legislators to create the next generation of digital regulators. Bypass content policies and data.
For us, this is nothing new, because digital regulators have been promoted nationwide. In the written report, Clegg outlined four areas in which he could work. As you might have guessed, it has to do with the number of issues and how the lawmakers solve them. This includes removing illegal content, ensuring privacy, ensuring transparency of operations, and moving data between websites. In order to complete all of this work, he proposed to create a regulatory agency.
When a simple Facebook manager compares his work with that of the FCC, we were surprised and suggested implementing the same structure as the FCC in terms of telecommunications and media regulation. When the internal organization was chaotic, the public continued to criticize Facebook for making such a decision, but we want to express appreciation for Clegg’s courage to sketch out the idea of a digital library that has existed for a long time. U.S. politicians paid little attention to the former prime minister because nothing was found between digital regulations and FCC and FTC regulations.
If management understands the proposal and chooses to implement it, Facebook’s hierarchy may also benefit a lot, and its bottom line may soar. Although this is the green side, Facebook must now deal with all its internal affairs, because the only statement they made has been censored. As a result, Facebook is now calling for rules to amend its U.S. export documents, regulate the economy and reduce the pressure on bankrupt companies. The government has not yet responded positively, but who knows what the government will do, because Facebook, which is being censored today, may be rewarded for its ideas tomorrow.
The former Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom once called for digital supervision, but it is under review. As we all know, due to the security of its main platforms Giphy, WhatsApp, Instagram, and Messenger, Facebook has gradually taken over the world. As a result, Facebook is now calling for rules to amend its U.S.export documents, regulate the economy and reduce the pressure on bankrupt companies.