Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook's major concerns elections in India, US

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook’s major concerns elections India

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called 2018 a big year for elections and said that the social media platform is strengthening its security features to stop malicious groups’ attempts to affect upcoming polls,

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook's major concerns elections in India, US
Mark Zuckerberg Facebook’s CEO

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the main focus of his company is to protect the integrity of upcoming elections in many countries including India, Pakistan, and America. To this end, the company has positioned technology equipment like artificial intelligence and thousands of people, said for security cylinder ahead of these elections in 2018, he said. Facebook has been under a major data infringement by Britain under fire based data mining firm Cambridge Analytica. User data harvested in the data leak was reportedly used to help Donald Trump win the 2016 US presidential election.

“It is going to be a big year for further elections with American midterms and elections in India, Brazil, Mexico, Pakistan, Hungary, and others. This is going to be a big focus for us. Now we are about 15,000 Security and the people working on the review of the content and we will be more than 20,000 by the end of this year, “neither yesterday told reporters during a conference call.Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

 

 

He also mentioned how the US Senate Alabama for Artificial Intelligence (AI) equipment was employed during the special election to keep the tallies for the purpose of spreading one type of information during the last year. Neither Arlt has mentioned that during the last French presidential election, AI tools of Facebook had dropped 30,000 fake accounts.

Many Indian states like Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh are scheduled to go for elections this year and due to the general elections, they are smaller than a year now.

“We are here to do more work and we are going to continue to work hard to defend against them.” There are Mexican presidential elections, there are big elections in India and Brazil as well as Pakistan and A number of Hungarian and non-countries and the midterms of America are, of course, “said no.

One day ago, no one had said that Facebook took a big step by taking Russia’s Internet Research Agency (Ira) page down and targeting the US. Neither charged that some media organizations that are approving news outlets in Russia, when closely researched over time, clearly come out as fully proprietary organizations, controlled and operated by IRA.

“Since we have become aware of our actions after the 2016 US election, we have been working out to protect the integrity of Ira Route and the worldwide elections,” he said.

He said, in the German election, the company developed a new playbook to work with the local Election Commission to share information on the threats received.

 

Cambridge Analytica cut data of 5.62 lakh Indian users

In a statement on Thursday, Facebook said that data of 5.62 Facebook users in India was clipped during the data dissolve by Cambridge Analytica. The information of up to 87,000,000 people may have been shared improperly with the data mining firm, the social media giants said. According to Facebook’s statement, the worst hit in America, of which 7.06 million Facebook users have been affected by data leaks.

There are more than 200 million Facebook users in India, which is one of the largest markets for social media platforms. A Facebook spokesperson said that when 335 people in India were directly affected by an app installation, another 562,120 people might have been affected by the friends of those users.

“Facebook spokesman said,” This is the total yield of 562,455 potentially affected people in India, which is 0.6 percent of the global number of potentially affected people.

The company said that it is “investigating” the specific number of people whose information was provided, including those in India. While seeking his response to the data violation case, the Indian government has shot notices on both Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. The social media company is going to maintain its reply by April 7.

In the wake of Facebook’s data violation scandal, an excited IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad last month had warned that any attempt to influence the elections through data theft and threat of calling Facebook CEO Mark Nun “Strict Essentials”

Facebook is also a tool that allows users to see what apps they use and view shared information with them. The tool will start on April 9, at the top of the news feed. The social media platform also announced several changes in the plans to restrict data access to Facebook and Instagram.

 

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