Mark Zuckerberg Declines to Share Facebook's Definition of 'Hate Speech' with Senate

Mark Zuckerberg Declines to Share Facebook's Definition of 'Hate Speech' with Senate”

He then spent hours answering senators' questions, including one from Kamala Harris of California about why Facebook didn't let users know about issues related to Cambridge Analytica back in 2015 (which is when it originally learned that the company had bought data from a researcher and demanded it be deleted-though it's now clear that's not what ended up happening). You can also customize this skill based on your instrument and the key you're playing in by saying something like "Alexa, ask the Violinist for a C".

In a secret complaint filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, wildlife preservation advocates allege that Facebook's failure to stop traders using its service for illegal activity violates the social network's responsibilities as a publicly traded company.

Ted Cruz, R-Texas, told Zuckerberg that "a great many Americans" are "deeply concerned that Facebook and other tech companies are engaged in a pervasive pattern of bias and political censorship". Edward Markey, D-Mass., a fierce privacy advocate. "With our powerful audience selection tools, you can target the people who are right for your business", Facebook says on its page about advertising.

To customize this feature, open the Alexa app and go to Menu Settings Flash Briefing. Advertisers choose the types of users they want to reach. Zuckerberg dutifully nodded along to twenty minutes of opening statements by Senators Chuck Grassley, John Thule, and Dianne Feinstein, each taking a turn to enumerate Facebook's trading card stats (2 billion users!) and unpunished sins (destroying privacy, essentially). Martínez was Facebook's first ads targeting product manager. "If you and other social media companies do not get your act in order, none of us are going to have any privacy anymore". He came to Capitol Hill to answer questions about the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal and Russian meddling. "I am very committed that Facebook is a platform for all ideas".

Dick Durbin seemed intent on dramatically making a point about privacy. Facebook's new, broader view of its responsibilities was constantly referenced, while his frequent references to starting Facebook in his dorm room even drew jokes from some senators.

Facebook FB shares surged 4.5 percent on Tuesday as CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared before U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday. And then he cracked his first smile of the day.

Zuckerberg added current AI programs have a hard to time recognizing hate speech in different languages.

He was also unable to say what connection Facebook had found, if any, between the Russian-linked company that purchased ads in the 2016 election and Cambridge Analytica, the data mining firm that improperly accessed up to 87 million Facebook users' private information. Zuckerberg said his company has a responsibility to make sure that doesn't happen again. But, whatever. What did he do that's so wrong?

If anything concrete comes out of Tuesday's hearing, it may be that Facebook trims its terms of service, which a number of senators complained is too long and confusing.

"Not over this, no", Zuckerberg admitted.

"Nothing in life is free", Hatch said. Moffat asked as he poked Colin Jost in the shoulder.

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