Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently shared a post on social media about the company's plans and vision for the coming decade which also talks about decentralizing business and finances of the company in the coming years.
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Calling Facebook a "millennial company", Zuckerberg said he hopes to see social media platforms used to more frequently address millennial problems such as climate change, runaway costs of education, housing and healthcare.
Hamill joins a number of other famous people who have deleted their Facebook pages, including Jim Carrey, Elon Musk, Will Ferrell and Cher.
In addition, Zuckerberg faces a series of issues with his company right now.
"We have based ours on the principle that people should be able to hear from those who wish to lead them, warts and all, and that what they say should be scrutinized and debated in public", Leathern wrote. Google quickly followed suit with limits on political ads across some of its properties, though narrower in scope.
Facebook has argued that the United States should implement an industry-wide regulation which would force social media platforms to rein in false political ads. Rather than having year-to-year challenges, I've tried to think about what I hope the world and my life will look in 2030 so I can make sure I'm focusing on those things. In late October, Twitter's chief executive, Jack Dorsey, banned all political advertising from his network, citing the challenges that novel digital systems present to civic discourse.
The new policy will apply to ads as well, including those released by politicians. "And paying to increase the reach of political speech has significant ramifications that today's democratic infrastructure may not be prepared to handle".
Facebook has decided against commenting on Hamill's post, however, the company has defended its policy in a separate post last week.
Zuckerberg will also be thinking about how to govern massive digital platforms like Facebook, which has a daily average user count of almost five times the population of the United States. "Social media platforms should not give bigots and paedophiles a free platform to amplify their views and target victims", he wrote.