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MENLO PARK, California, usa. – Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, are ignored, in a negative bomb, and brushed off calls to break up the tech giant during a Q&A session with reporters from all over the world on Wednesday at the company’s Menlo Park headquarters.
“I think that there are real concerns about the size and power of the high-tech companies, particularly in the U.S.,” Sandberg said when asked about a recent New York Times op-ed by, Chis Hughes, a call for Facebook to break it.
“The question is,” What is the answer in order to make sure that we have the right rules? Anti-trust is about consumer protection and ensuring that consumers have a choice. I think that if you look at our products and see what we have to do it, it’s just that there’s a lot of choice,” she added.
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Sandberg said that consumers need to “focus” on how much choice there is in the social media space, having regard to Apple’s iMessage and other messaging services that will compete with the Facebook-owned property-What’s App.
Sheryl Sandberg speaking at Facebook on the national and International Media, Day. (Brian Flood, (Fox News)
“The thing about technology companies, we are more likely to be adopted by the next generation of high-tech firms than in almost any other industry. In our line of work, things are changing so fast,” she said. “However, we believe that the regulatory environment needs to be improved. We are calling for the legislation in the field of privacy.”
Sandberg, the session was part of a two-day event are invoiced on a Facebook Media Day is aimed at promoting the positive elements of the business, such as a new initiative to promote the donation of blood. Reporters from all over the world were eager to have a chance to ask questions, real questions from Sandberg, as the negative headlines regarding its company to a pop-up on a regular basis.
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More than 50 journalists were gathered at Facebook’s foyer prior to the event, when the news of the Wall Street Journal is reporting that CEO Mark Zuckerberg has allegedly sent out an e-mail indicating that he was aware of “the potentially problematic privacy practices for the company-began to circulate. Sandberg didn’t receive a question about this report, much to the chagrin of the reporters present.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg to speak at the social network’s Media Day at its headquarters in Menlo Park, California, usa. (Brian Flood, (Fox News)
“I was expecting to be disappointed, but it exceeded my expectations,” one reporter was heard to vent after the game.
Facebook had invited a number of reporters to ask their questions ahead of time, so as to Sandberg, to prepare for anything considered to be offensive or hostile. Fox News-submitted questions about the Facebook community standards and for the protection of immigration status, but it is not the political colour, intellectual diversity, freedom of expression versus hate and conservative sentiments, would be considered as incitement to hatred by the liberal trustees. Fox News was not named in the game.
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A lot of journalists have complained that the Facebook honchos, focused on lifestyle and self-promotion delights, while in the hard-news reporters were left wondering as to why the negativity surrounding the company, it was largely ignored.
“We don’t want people to see this fake news on Facebook so that we can do something about it,” Sandberg said, before explaining that the wrong information has been provided to a third party, fact-checking, and content, which can result in a “world of violence” has been deleted.
An israeli journalist, Dror Globerman, who is openly frustrated by the lack of real journalism is allowed to be at the event, and shouted a question over Facebook’s algorithms, taking advantage of the vulnerability of its users for profit, as Sandberg was with the packing of the things.
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Sandberg also said that the serious question and said that, Facebook knows who its users are trying to connect to, but rejected the idea that the algorithm has to go a long way.
“No, We can’t hack into your brain,” she said. “The one thing we do know is what you have to respond.”
Sandberg ended by saying that social media will face the same challenges that the printing industry, the railways, the radio, television, and other new technologies have faced in the history of the world.
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Several reporters followed Sandburg out of the room, trying to get the set up assistant and gave her a headset, and it reminded her of an important conference call, she had to jump in.