Facebook, Twitter Are Violating Privacy, Transparency Also Exposed – Facebook, Twitter breach of privacy, transparency also exposed


World Desk, Amar Ujala, Washington
Updated Thu, 19 Nov 2020 05:50 AM

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If you have a Facebook account, Facebook is recording information about what you do anywhere on the Internet. Not only this, Twitter, Google and Facebook together are making strategies of mass censoring them to curb various people’s views and trends. What action did they take on their platform. He has this information but he is not ready to share it with the US government.

The revelation came during an interrogation of US Senate Judicial Committee Facebook CEO Dorsey on Tuesday. Angry at the attitude of both of them, the American senators had to say that these companies had started thinking of themselves as equal to the government and more than the traditional news media. To avoid the anger of public representatives during questioning, both CEOs assured full efforts to improve their policies and prevent the spread of misleading information from their platforms, but to no avail.

Censorship in the name of content moderation
In response to a question from Republican Senator Josh Hale from Missouri, Dorsi admitted that Twitter banned three million tweets from October 27 to November 11 at the time of the US presidential election as controversial and misleading. This number is 0.2 percent of the total tweets related to the US election. Facebook tagged 15 million online content to be misleading.

Facebook-Twitter Modern Robbers
Senator Hawley was once out of control at the time of questioning. He called these tech companies a modern-day robber.

Facebook is tracking every user’s activity
Zuckerberg admitted that his employees talk to employees of other companies in the industry about the work. Hawley said that all the activities of the transfer companies are on record. Therefore, their list committee asked for this, but Zuckerberg did not give further information. Giving clarification on this, he said that his information is limited and will have to talk to his team.

Hawley snorted at this. People’s memory is getting weak in front of the committee. Hawley asked this time, ‘Does a Facebook employee see a user’s personal data or a private message? Do you keep a record of his details? ‘ Zuckerberg agreed.

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Zuckerberg and Dorsey refuses to give information before US Judicial Committee

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If you have a Facebook account, Facebook is recording information about what you do anywhere on the Internet. Not only this, Twitter, Google and Facebook together are making strategies of mass censoring them to curb various people’s views and trends. What action did they take on their platform. He has this information but he is not ready to share it with the US government.

The revelation came during an interrogation of US Senate Judicial Committee Facebook CEO Dorsey on Tuesday. Angry at the attitude of both of them, the American senators had to say that these companies had started thinking of themselves as equal to the government and more than the traditional news media. To avoid the anger of public representatives during questioning, both CEOs assured full efforts to improve their policies and prevent the spread of misleading information from their platforms, but to no avail.

Censorship in the name of content moderation

In response to a question from Republican Senator Josh Hale from Missouri, Dorsi admitted that Twitter banned three million tweets from October 27 to November 11 at the time of the US presidential election as controversial and misleading. This number is 0.2 percent of the total tweets related to the US election. Facebook tagged 15 million online content to be misleading.

Facebook-Twitter Modern Robbers
Senator Hawley was once out of control at the time of questioning. He called these tech companies a modern-day robber.

Facebook is tracking every user’s activity
Zuckerberg admitted that his employees talk to employees of other companies in the industry about the work. Hawley said that all the activities of the transfer companies are on record. Therefore, their list committee asked for this, but Zuckerberg did not give further information. Giving clarification on this, he said that his information is limited and will have to talk to his team.

Hawley snorted at this. People’s memory is getting weak in front of the committee. Hawley asked this time, ‘Does a Facebook employee see a user’s personal data or a private message? Do you keep a record of his details? ‘ Zuckerberg agreed.


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