“We’re going to review our policies allowing discussion and threats of state use of force to see if there are any amendments we should adopt,” he said, adding that given the sensitive history in the US, “this deserves special consideration”.
“We already have precedents for imposing greater restrictions during emergencies and when countries are in ongoing states of conflict, so there may be additional policies or integrity measures to consider around discussion or threats of state use of force when a country is in this state,” he noted.
Zuckerberg mentioned that the company is going to review its policies around voter suppression to make sure it is taking into account the realities of voting in the midst of a pandemic.
Additionally, he said Facebook is going to work on establishing a clearer and more transparent decision-making process.
“More broadly, we’re going to review whether we need to change anything structurally to make sure the right groups and voices are at the table — not only when decisions affecting a certain group are being made,” Zuckerberg said.