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Facebook CEO Zuckerberg: China's management model is dangerous

Facebook CEO Zuckerberg: China's management model is dangerous


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) said in a live chat with EU officials on Monday that the model developed by countries like China is very different from the values   of Western democracies.

Zuckerberg emphasized that China's management model is quite dangerous, and he is worried that other countries will follow suit, so he called on Western countries to take a democratic approach to compete with the Chinese model. He also believes that the best way to deal with the Chinese model is to build a clear framework for Western democracies and become a principle that the world can follow.

Zuckerberg also talked about how to balance the freedom of expression and security is really a big question, he believes that the problem is not regulation and regulations, but what framework can stand out in the world.

This is not the first time Zuckerberg has expressed concern about China's network monitoring. He once pointed out that the recently popular Chinese short film platform Douyin also clamped down on freedom of expression, such as censoring keywords such as "Hong Kong" during the retransmission.

Zuckerberg had always tried hard to hope that Facebook could enter the huge market in China, but as China's network management policy became stricter, he had abandoned his plan.

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