Mark Zuckerberg has called for tech companies to be more strictly regulated across the world, laying out the most detailed vision yet of how Facebook believes it should be governed. Writing in the Washington Post, the Facebook chief executive said there should be “a more active role for governments and regulators”, based on a common standard similar to the European Union’s strict data privacy laws. He said that governments should hold companies “accountable” for removing harmful content, set standards on political advertising, “impose sanctions” when they violate users’ privacy and ensure data can be moved easily between services. It comes as the British Government prepares to unveil its white… Register for free to read this article, or log in to your Telegraph account Register Log in
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