As in recent times, technology has become a major part of life, companies such as Facebook have massive responsibilities. Every day, the audiences make decisions about what speech is unfavorable what establishes advertising, and the prevention methodology against the potential cyber-attacks. These moves are significant for keeping safe the entire community. But if the consideration has started from scratch, the regulatory authority would not question the companies for making these judgments separately.

Governments should play a more active role through the modification of the rules for the internet so that the audience can preserve the best initials about this matter – the freedom of people to present themselves and for the entrepreneurs for imposing new things – while also safeguarding the society from broader harms. The new restrictions require to be imposed in four areas, those are harmful content, election integrity, privacy, and data portability.

First, unfavorable content. Facebook provides everyone a way to present their voice, and that creates the real benefits – from splitting experiences to developing movements. As part of this reformation, the social network platforms have a responsibility to keep people safe on the services. That measures planning what evaluates as terrorist propaganda hate speech and more. The social network firm should recurrently check their policies, but at their scale, they will always make errors and takes decisions with which people do not agree.

Social media firms should take the responsibility of enforcement standards on the harmful content. It’s impossible to remove all the harmful content from the Internet, but while people use dozens of contrasting sharing services – all with their own policies and proceedings – they need a more regulated approach.

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