Chronic. Hearing what the Jafarm people say before the public committee should no longer encourage distrust of anti-technology, but should benefit both camps.
EIn response to the bombing of Capitol Hill on January 6, the US Congress interviewed the executive chairman of Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter and Apple a few days ago. On March 25, these bosses had to explain to themselves their role in the polarization of distorted information and distorted views for a long time. They are familiar with this tense quiz game and let us face reality, which is usually disappointing. But these latest auditions have a different style. First, the background is global, and people are aware of the risks that chaotic communication on social networks will bring to democracy. Then, the increasingly dominant position of these actors on the economic and political levels undermines national sovereignty. But democracy can save democracy, and the U.S. Congress is leading…
Since the Cambridge Analytica case involved tens of millions of Americans’ illegal use and abuse of data in the 2016 presidential election, since April 2018, the first congress of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg in Facebook’s first congressional At the hearing, the water flowed across the bridge. The bosses who still lack adequate education, but have abandoned naive issues beside the technological reality, demanded an explanation for the facts they clearly expressed this time, so that the Facebook president stammered before the conference. The camera closed his eyelids to a quarter of his height by reflection, which proved that he was a little embarrassed. This is in stark contrast to his surprising reaction to the confusing innocence of the congressional issue in 2018.
These hearings are a powerful symbol of democracy. In the face of parliamentary powers including Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Twitter, we all have equal rights to defend the freedom of citizens. As Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President of the European Commission has often said, the problem for tech giants is not simple. In terms of competition, it is enough for the judge to recognize Google’s dominant position in approving its dissolution. But we must not forget one important thing, which is political dominance, and the discussion in Congress is about economic rather than democratic risks. These questions are new in American law. Everything must be established.
Margrethe Vestager: “If the Jafarm are serious, we can remove them…”
Countries also need to learn a lot from the technology giants in order to finally reach the bathing temperature on time and establish relevant and effective solutions, and this has nothing to do with any anti-additive thinking.