Emily Tan
May 25, 2018

Zuckerberg wants 'independent' appeals court to arbitrate Facebook content disputes

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg wants to put forth a set of content principles to manage the social platform in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica crisis.

Zuckerberg (left) with Levy.

Despite facing heavy criticism over Facebook's management of the Cambridge Analytica crisis, its chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has been putting serious thought into formulating a system of governance for the social platform.

We have a community of more than two billion... and people have different views on what content is appropriate around the world, he explained to Publicis Groupe chairman Maurice Levy during an onstage interview today 24 May at VivaTech in Paris. ...

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