On May 28, Beijing time, after Twitter was criticized for adding verification labels to Trump's tweets about postal voting, the company CEO Jack Dorsey (Jack Dorsey) responded Wednesday to criticism from Trump and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg).
Dorsey tweeted Wednesday night that he was "responsible" for Twitter adding verification labels to Trump tweets and implored the public "not to involve our employees ". "We will continue to flag false or controversial information about the election ," he wrote in a tweet. If we make a mistake, we will admit and take responsibility ."
Trump Twitter repeatedly tweeted his tweets about Twitter interference with the 2020 presidential election.
Zuckerberg told Fox News Wednesday that Facebook's policy on information verification is different from Twitter's, "and I strongly believe that Facebook should not be the arbiter of the authenticity of netizens' statements.".
Dorsey also responded to zuckerberg's comments, saying that being a "truth arbiter" is not Twitter goal either ." Our goal is to show users conflicting claims and controversial information to make their own judgments ".