Google has passed its executive support on global universal privacy legislation and acknowledges that public attitudes were rising after the videos of the Christchurch terrorist attack had an impact on the digital gaps.
The giant's vice-president said on the world affairs of Kent Walker, on Monday, he supported the "universal notion" of further privacy control around the world and described the Defense Rule General GDPR data as a "viable module" even though there are "different countries". they want to make changes ".
"We would support the general idea of further privacy legislation, and it would be better to return these with the privacy rules we see elsewhere in the world," said Walker. .
“I think it's not only easier to comply but it does contribute to shared expectations of how you can control the privacy, transparency, interoperability and privacy. [moving information from one service to another] – that works best if it is a shared framework, "he said.
His ideas come out after Facebook leader Mark Zuckerberg calls for universal consistent data regulations that may be similar to GDPR.
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Facebook, Google and the other digital giants are under great pressure after New Zealand's murder on Facebook and then reloaded over the millions of graves of the graves.
Since then, the government of Australia has proposed new legislation, including prison time for activists and billions of dollars in fines, if platelets are tipping to take complex "violent violent material". T ".
Walker refused to comment on the legislation, saying it was still visible, but acknowledged that the response worldwide was largely in Christchurch events.
Facebook says that it is not possible to be responsible for examining what is put on the site.
"I think there is no question that sugar has moved from relatively non-technical support of technology to important concerns about unauthorized adverse impacts and the misuse of technological platforms." T
In response to New Zealand events, he said the giant was searching for some technology to stop online criminals.
"We are working on a boundary issue on live flow. T [and] other things we can do to help respond quickly to these kinds of attacks on our systems, "said Mr Walker.
He admitted that a film of serious attacks is a "new development", but said the difference was the number of people all over the world who were uploading it t The films are co-ordinated.
“What created the challenges for removing so much. "Tens of thousands of loaders were seen, Facebook saw a lot more than that, which had a huge impact on the system, which was right up to that level," he said.
"We are now trying to build systems that will allow us to respond quickly if these attacks or state-assisted attacks or other incidents occur."
Australian chairman and chairman of the commissioner Rod Sims on Sunday welcomed the "Zuckerberg" identity that large technology companies such as Facebook and Google needed to be responsible for what people see. [on their platforms]".
However, he said that countries may have to move by themselves first because the issue was very tough and the coordination of international management was not likely to be short-term.