Facebook's CEO Zuckerberg plans to publish a speech on `` freedom of speech '' without editing
by JD Lasica
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that his speech on freedom of speech will be delivered in a speech and will be delivered on October 18, 2019 (Japan time) without any editing. Facebook, the world's largest SNS with more than 2.4 billion monthly active users , is attracting attention from various places to see what it will look like after overcoming the scandal that followed in 2018.
Mark Zuckerberg is delivering a free speech manifesto tomorrow-The Verge
Zuckerberg said, “I am writing a speech about tomorrow's free expression and my view of the voice. It gives my voice, why I think“ voice ”is important, How closely linking is related to free expression, how to deal with the challenges that more voices and the Internet pose, and how to deal with the major threats to freedom of expression around the world, It ’s the most comprehensive view I wrote. ”
Mr. Zuckerberg is known to have a unique goal at the beginning of each year, but after a series of scandals such as Cambridge Analytica scandal and access token theft, Zuckerberg He announced his goal was to regularly make public speeches and discussions about the future of technology.
Facebook's CEO Zuckerberg announces the goals for 2019 and declares `` Perform regular discussions about the future of technology ''-GIGAZINE
As stated in the goal, CEO Zuckerberg had a public debate on Facebook.
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Zuckerberg also responded positively to media coverage.
Read the full transcript of Mark Zuckerberg's leaked internal Facebook meetings-The Verge
Mr. Zuckerberg's speech will be delivered at 3 am on October 18, 2019 in Japan time. Regarding the content of the speech, it says 'I will send my thoughts through various filters without going through any filters', and it is expected to be quite enormous.