Storyboard

Mark Zuckerberg on Free Speech, Facebook and the Internet

In a speech before Georgetown University students, Facebook's CEO gave his "most comprehensive take" on how he viewed free speech, saying more—not less—is needed. He suggested that by being more aggressive in policing, free expression would move towards a system modeled after China ("Is that the internet we want?"). Zuckerberg also defended Facebook from critics over its handling of political ads, arguing that to do so would favor incumbents and not give everyone a voice.

Avatar - The Tech Desk
Curated by
The Tech Desk
    Mark Zuckerberg on Free Speech, Facebook and the Internet

    Photo: cnet2.cbsistatic.com

    Continue to read
    14 stories in this Storyboard

      Mark Zuckerberg said a lot of nothing in his big speech

      Mark Zuckerberg said a lot of nothing in his big speech

      verified_publisher
      Vox - Rani Molla

      Mark Zuckerberg is on a transparency tour. Earlier this month, the Facebook CEO held a livestreamed version of the social media company’s normally closed employee Q&As. And on Thursday, he streamed a live talk at Georgetown University about the company’s decisions not to ban outright false …

      Related Coverage