Maria Resa of the Philippines, one of the two Nobel Peace Prize winners this year, has sharply criticized US Internet service providers. He was criticized for posting a “dirty mud flood” on US-owned social media. News from the BBC
Maria Resa made the remarks while addressing the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo, Norway, on Friday.
Maria Resa, 56, complained that US technology giants were giving us all a chance to be infected with a kind of false virus. Social media like Facebook is doing business by spreading hatred. He further added that US Internet organizations have taken a stand against the facts and journalists. It also abuses power to sow the seeds of division.
“We need an end to all this hatred, violence and filth,” said Maria Resa. They are cursing through the information system. ‘
Recently, Meta, the parent company of popular social media Facebook, announced that they are going to launch some new features on Facebook. This allows users to control what they want to see in the newsfeed. The site, one of the largest social media sites in the world, has also undergone a number of changes to its algorithms in recent years to spread content.
Two journalists have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize this year in recognition of their impeccable fight for freedom of expression. Maria Resa and Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov jointly accepted the award at a ceremony in Oslo on Friday. Maria is the co-founder and CEO of the Philippine news-based website Radapler, and Muratov is the editor of the Russian media Novaya Gazette.