Facebook, Twitter face fines up to $53 million over hate speech
Shared from CNN news from Paulette Motzko on April 5th 2017 at 11:30 a.m.
Mark Zuckerberg should be keeping closer tabs on the news aired on Facebook, and using more quality control over the content aired on the site. Facebook is an extraordinary communication medium and it completely changed the way we communicate all over the world, but just as any business has to avoid charges of FRAUD, so should Facebook and Twitter.
They need to maintain it and moderate it and make sure that all the content posted represents integrity and honesty and decency in my humble opinion. It shouldn’t revolve around money but QUALITY. Anyone with a goofball story can get on these networking sites and there are a lot of gullible people taken advantage of.
I took both Twitter and Facebook off my Smartphone and Tablet due to the trash and simply stupid thing’s on it, as well as people either wanting to play games, chat incessantly or having me forward stupid messages all over the place clogging up my phone and computer. God knows how much of my private information is shared by them as well.
The Federal Trade Commission in the USA should crack down on FRAUD on the internet. Allowing anybody anywhere to simply pay to put their garbage on a web site, may make someone money, but it also does more people a disservice by having fake information available made to look as though it was real.
Why does another country have to get involved to crack down on this kind of abuse in the United States? We should care enough-Americans-to want to end it. Conumerous advocacy teams should crack down on them.
Fraudulent fake news from bad sources denounces the reputation of the website or web platform as well as the people at the top responsible for quality content.
I hope that those who air any kind of Web content realize they have a social responsibility to consider as well.
Text Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko.
Aired on TotallyInspiredMind.com.
April 5th 2017 at 11:42 a.m. Updated 11:55 a.m.