Fb CEO Mark Zuckerberg is carrying on with to meet policymakers in Washington, D.C. To speak about “future web rules” — most just lately with Senator Josh Hawley.
“A frank dialog”
On the afternoon of Sept. 19, Sen. Hawley wrote on Twitter:
“just completed meeting with CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Had a frank dialog. Challenged him to do two things to show FB is thinking about bias, privateness & competition.”
Hawley has requested Zuckerberg to consider promoting WhatsApp and Instagram, and to submit to an unbiased, 1/3-party audit on censorship.
According to Sen. Hawley, the chief had a clear and quick reply to both requests: no.
Zuckerberg questioned by way of Democratic lawmakers
prior on Sept. 19, Cointelegraph reported that Zuckerberg had dinner with a handful of U.S. Lawmakers, where he confronted intense scrutiny over Libra.
Democratic Senator Mark R. Warner said Zuckerberg heard “consistent concerns about privateness, concerns round vile content material and the way it got here to be handled.”