Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg warned of the potential criminal liability of the top civil rights lawyers in scathing letter

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In a major civil liberties organization has warned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as he could face criminal liability under other laws.

In the letter, the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (LCCRUL), alleging that the social network is, in principle, be held liable under various state and federal laws and regulations designed to protect consumers, prevent discrimination and to the promotion of the right to vote.

“We are monitoring the election process and to hear from the voters each and every day,” wrote Kristen Clarke, LCCRUL president and general manager. “We know that you have a decision to make, not checked (false statements made by politicians, it will increase the voter’s first, misinformation campaigns, and the increase of the activity is to expose African Americans and other people of color, to the unborn child.”

Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, is taking heat, and a civil rights organization. (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

“This loss will be further enhanced due to an alleged “newsworthiness” exception, without terms and conditions, demotion, or quarantine, for violations of the rules, the politics, and the decision not to do any fact-checking [sic] of the “advice” content,” the President added.

In the letter, a hit can be Done, for a recent defense of Facebook’s decision to make the political ads, that is no false information in the name of freedom of speech and expression.

“The First Amendment is not the only change that is made. Democracy works because of the balance sheet of a cohesive set of rights, all of which are essential and will be the same. If Facebook wants to be the model for yourself on our constitutional values, it should be the priority of the right to vote, due process, and equal protection,” the President wrote in the letter, which was sent out to the various departments of the federal government and the attorneys general of each state.

Facebook is to undergo a civil rights audit, and has worked with groups such as Color of Change, the change of the platform, and to address incitement to hatred and discrimination.


“The lawyers Committee has provided important feedback and perspective, and we look forward to continuing the discussion with them about the issues they have raised,” a Facebook spokesman told Fox News, via e-mail.


Facebook, do not immediately react to Fox News’ request for comment.

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