Zuckerberg told why Facebook does not block trump posts

By | May 31, 2020
Zuckerberg told why Facebook does not block trump posts

29 may Donald trump in posts on social media accused the mayor of Minneapolis, Jacob Frey of weakness due to events in the city police after killing men and threatened to impose forces of the National guard.

The founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg said that the social network has not removed the post of President of the United States Donald trump’s intention to send in the Minneapolis national guard soldiers for freedom of expression.

Zuckerberg stressed that the post trump is not removed, because the Facebook position involves freedom of expression, provided that “it does not bear a direct threat, harm or danger.”

According to him, the publication decided to leave, despite the fact that it is a concern.

“Mention the National guard, as we understand it is a warning about the actions of the state. We think people should know if the government plans to use force,” said Zuckerberg.

He also explained that trump’s words on the violence of the people need to see.
Recall that on May 29, Donald trump posts in social networks accused the mayor of Minneapolis, Jacob Frey of weakness due to events in the city police after killing men and threatened to impose forces of the National guard.

Then the social network Twitter has closed the opportunity to comment, thumbs up and sheriti this post with an explanation that it violates the rules of the social network of the “glorification of violence”, but decided not to remove it “in the public interest”.

On may 26 the social network Twitter called the fake post of trump, in which he criticized the idea of the Governor of California on the election of the President via email, and suggested to know more information about this form of voting. Then Trump announced that the social network interferes with the election process and suppresses freedom of speech.

After that, Trump has announced plans to regulate social media. And those that do not succumb to the regulation, promised to close. 29 may trump issued a decree against “censorship” in social networks.

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