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Mark Zuckerberg joins Tim Cook in calls for privacy, electoral integrity legislation

[2019-04-01 12:26:44]

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg is following Apple CEO Tim Cook and other major privacy advocates in calling for governments to "regulate the internet," by offering up suggestions for how lawmakers and regulators could create new rules that the social network and other tech firms should follow to protect elections, reduce harmful content, and to enhance privacy.

Mark Zuckerberg joins Tim Cook in calls for privacy, electoral integrity legislation


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