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Facebook says that the issue of false information and racism can never be completely resolved, because some of it will always remain on its platform

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Facebook says that the issue of false information and racism can never be completely resolved, because some of it will always remain on its platform

There is no doubt that racism and increasing misinformation are the biggest problems of all social networks (especially Facebook) because the platform is often accused of failing to completely solve these problems. Recently, the President of the United States also accused Facebook of “killing people” by spreading distorted information, although he later weakened its statement.

However, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri issued almost the same statement, believing that this is almost impossible. In response to the comments of the President of the United States, the Facebook CEO said that fighting misleading information is like fighting crime in a well-known area or city. Crime cannot be completely reduced by 100%.

This is easy to understand because reducing the crime rate is the job of the police. When a crime occurs in the city, it cannot be said to be a failure of the police. The CEO also said that we assume that the structure and police management are correct, he will do well, stop and catch bad things when they happen, and then keep them low and keep the trend in the right direction to avoid more troubles.

The Instagram boss also stated in the video that racism is totally unacceptable and has no place on this platform. In addition, he said that everyone should feel safe on the platform, and the platform is doing everything possible to eliminate hate speech. In addition, he added that there will always be some racism on the platform because there are still racists in the world.

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When they tried to open the platform screen door, the platform did not test their level of racism. The CEO also stated that their platform may provide some tools for the victim of this stalker. t so that you can protect yourself. In addition, the platform is doing everything it can to reduce these problems to near zero.

Regulating the world’s most famous and widespread social media platform is not easy, especially when the platform is under heavy pressure from government officials and lobbyists. According to the statement of Facebook’s CEO and its own platform, they suspect that it is very difficult to manage such a platform used by billions of users worldwide.

Facebook says that the issue of false information and racism can never be completely resolved, because some of it will always remain on its platform

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In response to the comments of the President of the United States, the Facebook CEO said that fighting misleading information is like fighting crime in a well-known area or city. In addition, he said that everyone should feel safe on the platform, and the platform is doing everything possible to eliminate hate speech. According to the statement of Facebook’s CEO and its own platform, they suspect that it is very difficult to manage such a platform used by billions of users worldwide.

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