Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, the world's largest social website, has advised all governments in the world to adopt the appropriate regulatory system for social media.
The Facebook founder has given the proposal to governments at a time when new regulatory systems are under discussion due to the spread of misinformation on social media around the world.
Talk of bringing regulatory systems to social media, especially popular websites and applications such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram, continues in not only Europe and the US but Asia and Africa.
There has been a heated debate in Pakistan for several weeks for the monitoring of social media and digital content and bringing regulatory system for the content there and the government has also introduced the regulatory system.
That's why Facebook's founders have suggested to governments around the world, and especially to European and American countries, to adopt appropriate regulatory systems for social media.
Speaking during a security conference in Munich, Germany, according to the British Broadcasting Agency, BBC, Mark Zuckerberg said that the proper rules for governments to play in preventing the spread of hateful and inaccurate content Should be introduced.
The Facebook founder said what kind of content should go ahead or what kind of speech should be spread is not the job of other social websites, including Facebook.
He made it clear that Facebook believes in freedom of expression, but governments must play a role in preventing the spread of false information and the online transmission of hateful content.
Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook would do its best to prevent misinformation and hateful content through its sources and resources unless governments play a role.
He also said that at present 35,000 Facebook employees are trying to prevent false information and hate content with the help of Artificial Intelligence (IA) and his company deletes 1 million fake accounts daily.
Although Mark Zuckerberg suggested the governments of the world to bring in a social media regulatory system, he also demanded that rules and regulations should be flexible and they should not affect freedom of expression.
Munich Security Conference was attended by Mark Zuckerberg, top social networking sites and apps, government heads and digital security experts.
The three-day conference was held from February 14 to 16, which also presented reports on the digital security of other organizations, including the Kofi Annan Foundation, pointing to the spread of misinformation about social media. Is a great source