Facebook said if Donald Trump posted a hate post, he will delete it - Jai Bharat Express

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Facebook said if Donald Trump posted a hate post, he will delete it

 A few days ago when Twitter fact-checked a post by US President Donald Trump, after which Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg criticized Twitter, but as the election in the United States draws near, Zuckerberg's tone changes. Have been.

Facebook, which once criticized Twitter for a fact check, has now warned Trump. Facebook has said that if Donald Trump shares any information on his platform that is hateful or false, Facebook will delete it. Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said the company's policy is equal for everyone, regardless of whether the matter is related to Trump.

 In the US elections held in 2016, there were allegations of interference on Facebook. After which there was a lot of criticism of Facebook, after which Facebook took many tough steps, including the Voting Information Center, which was introduced only last week. The American people will get accurate information about voting through the Voting Information Center.

In May, microblogging site Twitter had falsely denied US President Donald Trump's tweet, following which Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg criticized Twitter.

Mark Zuckerberg said, 'I believe Facebook should not be the judge for everything people say on online platforms. Our user policy is quite different from Twitter. Private companies especially should not do this. Zuckerberg said these things in an interview to Fox News.

On the disputed fact checking, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsi has said that his platform will continue the fact checking regarding the incorrect or disputed information shared by the users about the elections. Dorsey tweeted, "It does not make us the arbiter of truth." Our intention is to tell the truth of the opposing statements so that people can decide what is wrong and what is right.