Pow has decided that Facebook will be fined 500,000 pounds from the ICO. Allan says there is a problem with how you blame a first party and a third party when there is a violation. Iyor If I have a language, an e-mail address here, and I share it with a third party, it could be a violation. This is a question we have to answer. "
Pow points out that the appeal shows that Facebook doesn't really like editing. . We are pleased with the right regulation. Let's get to the point where you've assumed we're in the right kind of business, and if we don't, it can make us take into account. "
The POw says it feels like it has already announced its business and its value on public safety.
Allan says “we have a mission. We want our service to be good, useful and safe. "
Pow says Allan has claimed that the Facebook platform is a “win-win win ancı and is now“ losing. Pow Allan says this only applies to a small number of specific problems.
Pow: u Mr. Zuckerberg said that most of the criticism of Facebook in the last 18 months was fair and important; Will you join this? "
Pow, söyl But in another article, he said that most of the criticism was not right and just. Pow
Allan says some of the special points are “very personal attacks that we don't recognize Al. I work with these people and I do not accept that these individuals are misunderstood. "Distrust to the company is a big concern," he says. We know we're not a good place to trust. "
Rebecca Pow in the UK who wants to make the next ebec very general points Bir. He quotes the New York Times, who says Facebook is a sign of "neglect" about the negative effects of his social network.
Allan writes, ve In the last few years, there have been misunderstood discussions and people. Al We pay attention to how we spread public information, how we believe it. There is no point in publishing safety information if everyone declares this as partisan. "
Nathaniel Eskine-Smith from Canada quotes Zuckerberg's apologetic expression for Facebook's failures, and said he was not upset enough to appear.
He then drew up a list of specific errors in allowing Rohingya genocide to advertise white supremacists to people, and asked Allan if Allan did something different from Facebook today.
He then follows these failures by asking if he is malicious or negligent. Allan's not happy with the duo.
Erskine-Smith then began to ask questions that seemed to be taken from his Six4Three emails: Facebook restricted API access to applications buying mobile ads; Mark Zuckerberg has canceled an announcement to implement API restrictions. Allan begins to protest that the questions are based on emails, but both Erskine-Smith and Collins deny that none of the Six4Three emails are shared outside the DCMS committee. Allan then says he doesn't know the answers, and Erskine-Smith says Mark Zuckerberg will come out, so he had to come out.
Erskine-Smith thinks that Allan is considered to be a kullanıc significant confirmation iyle by Canadian law that a user does not uncheck a box for sharing data with application developers; Allan says he encouraged a smile from Erskine-Smith.
Hildegarde Naughton in Ireland asks for Facebook's advertising ban during the country's abortion referendum.
Olmadı We are not comfortable making this decision, olmadı says Allan, when there is no clear law, sometimes the company has to take action. This concern is that there is political interference from overseas.
Naughton brings the bills of two private members who work through the Irish parliament, and asks if Allan has agreed that Facebook needs to be regulated. "Yes," he says. In Most of the laws on political advertising have been prepared before the Internet. We have seen very interesting developments; For example, in Brazil, the political actor takes responsibility, so that they can use their services only by means of transparency. To the extent that this is clarified and is a simple playbook, this will be exceptionally helpful. "
Iz I now have tens of thousands of colleagues who care about protecting the safety of our users. The best way to ensure security is when we are very clear about the problems we see; Some of the problems in our platform, we can throw them, but some of them need to edit. If someone is a threat to children, for example we don't want them to get out of the platform and go somewhere else. "
Farrelly is heading for the ına Main Network “, which advertises ads against the Checkers agreement. Allan adds that the company has stopped publishing these ads, but "from this week on, any company wishing to publish such a advertisement must provide a disclaimer that says how it was funded."
(This is the first public approval when Facebook plans to release the second half of its transparency instruments in the United States, postponed earlier this month.)
Farrelly shows that the Six4Three e-mails we still haven't seen are potentially violating the US Rico action aimed at fighting organized crime. He asks if Facebook advises him on how to defend himself against a Rico cause. Allan said he was not, and that such a comparison was unfair.
Farrelly asks if it's fair to ask what Facebook should hide. Allan: ından I don't think it is appropriate for us to share all our discussions with the public. Positions, I don't think that's fair. "
Paul Farrelly in England returns to Six4Three. “What's next to them?“
Allan: am Their cattle are based on making the changes that we all want to change. When we changed the API, they lost access to friend data and filed a series of lawsuits.
”Their app – I wasn't a user – I promised I would help you find pictures of your friends wearing bikinis.“
Farrelly says it is un ironic u because Facebook has started (as a website that allows users to compare the warmth of Harvard students). Allan notes irony, but notes that Facemash doesn't contain bikini images.
Allan said that the change in API terms is about when Facebook is being transferred from being a website as a mobile content company, and when it sees some of the e-mails in the Six4Three cache seized. Iy All the companies at that time discussed what new business models look like… I think I suspect there might be partial debate about potential new business models. “