Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg Says He Doesn’t Require Facebook to Be Liked
Mark Zukerberg has said that this year, measures will be taken on controversial issues his company is facing. He is initiating the change after receiving comments on his company not communicating its plans due to the fact that its management didn’t want to offend its users. “This led to some positive but shallow sentiment towards the company.” Mark Zuckerberg stated. “And my goal for this next decade isn’t to be liked, but to be understood. Because in order to be trusted, people need to know what you stand for.” He added.
Facebook has invested profoundly in scrutinizing whether the company and its team were highly valued and liked by the public, or deemed inventive.
Despite conducting regular polls to inquire from its users if it is making a positive influence on them and employing speech writers, and specialists with political experience, the company is facing still denunciation that it permits detrimental propaganda to spread too rapidly.