According to People on September 19, singer Selena Gomez recently sent a direct message to Facebook CEO – Mark Zuckerberg and Ms. Sheryl Sandberg – COO of the company. In particular, the former Disney star hopes the two leaders of this social networking platform will step in to build a civilized Facebook user community, sharing correct and useful information. “It has been a long time since we sat down and talked. We are having a very serious problem. Facebook and Instagram (social networking platforms owned by Facbook – PV) are being used by many individuals to spread hate messages, false information, racism, blind beliefs. I hope you two join hands to stop this issue, ”said hit owner Come & get it.
American people born in 1992 also suggested that Facebook should block and block group and individual accounts to focus only on spreading hate, violent, false information. The popular vocalist emphasized: “Our future depends on that”. The beauty also expressed concern about this issue because this is an important time for the US election. “This is election year, we cannot get inaccurate information about voting. It is necessary to check the posted content and have an effective direction. I hope to get a response from the two of you as soon as possible ”, added Selena Gomez.
Like Justin Bieber’s former love, star Jennifer Aniston is very interested in this issue. The actress expressed in a separate statement: “We need to have a serious discussion about this. Instagram is fun and we love to connect through it. However, hateful, stubborn, racist, homosexual stigma, misrepresentation … are too welcome on this platform and Facebook must deal with that situation. The series star Friends added: “Social media is playing a huge role in this election and we need to be conscious of the information we receive. Please verify that information and prevent negative behavior ”. U.60 stars are linked to the #StopHateforProfit campaign (roughly translated: Stop hate for profit)
Along with the moves of Selena Gomez and Jennifer Aniston, many American artists have joined the above campaign, declaring to lock the personal page after witnessing many false and provocative information. #StopHateforProfit received the response of many stars such as: Leonardo DiCaprio, Orlando Bloom, Katy Perry, Mark Ruffalo, Kerry Washington, Jamie Foxx, Cara Delevingne, Michael B. Jordan … “Facebook ignores posts with content hateful, misinformation on their background. This is not a ‘mistake in operation’ but a deliberate decision to put profits above people and democracy, ”Jennifer Lawrence expressed on Twitter and expressed support for #StopHateforProfit campaign.