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Zuckerberg rejects to break Facebook


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with US President Donald Trump and several members of Congress. During his meeting in Washington on Thursday, he rejected calls for breaking Facebook. News from AFP.


Zuckerberg's meeting with the US president came amid heightened competition over Facebook, legal concerns over digital privacy, censorship and political advertising.


A Facebook spokeswoman said the topic of discussion was future Internet controls and related issues.



Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg meets with US President Donald Trump Photo: From Trump's Twitter Account.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg meets with US President Donald Trump Photo: From Trump's Twitter Account.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with US President Donald Trump and several members of Congress. During his meeting in Washington on Thursday, he rejected calls for breaking Facebook. News from AFP.


Zuckerberg's meeting with the US president came amid heightened competition over Facebook, legal concerns over digital privacy, censorship and political advertising.


A Facebook spokeswoman said the topic of discussion was future Internet controls and related issues.



Zuckerberg is spending three days in Washington with various law enforcement. He is believed to have taken the initiative to relieve pressure on Facebook, which has been subjected to various government investigations.


He also met on a personal level with Democrat Senate Mark Warner and Republican Senator Josh Howell.


Known as Facebook critic Josh Howle, Zuckerberg had open discussions but was cautious. On Facebook, he has been told about two challenges: bias, privacy and competition. One of these is the sale of WhatsApp and Instagram, and the other is the responsibility of an independent third party on censorship.


Zuckerberg rejected both proposals.


On Thursday, US President Donald Trump posted a photo of Twitter meeting Zuckerberg on Twitter. There was talk of shaking their hands, but details of the discussion were not known.


Trump said he had a great meeting with Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook at the Oval Office.


Federal and antitrust members are investigating various issues of privacy and privacy in the competition against Facebook.


Two months ago, the US Federal Trade Commission fined Facebook $ 100 million for allegedly violating data protection.

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