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Facebook should be held to account spike compulsory code of ethics to tackle the spread of fake news U. K. lawmakers said on Monday the move would also force big tech companies to address the abuse of uses data and the cycle bullying of small of fans a damning report forms by U. K. parliament's committee has singled out Facebook chief mark stuck back to what it said was a failure of leadership and personal responsibility is added that major tech firms have been unsuccessful in stopping harmful content and disinformation on that platforms and called for the era of self regulation to come to an end Facebook has been forced under the spotlight in recent years it was the focus of this eighteen month inquire re off her whistle blower revealed the Cambridge analytica scandal this allegedly compromise the data of millions of Facebook he says sucker back apologize last year for a breach of trust but refused three times to a pitiful British lawmaker is now the company says it's open to meaningful regulation and the to support the committee's recommendation for electoral rollover form the report identified threats to society from the dominance of major tektites since like Facebook Google and Twitter just last month apple bonds a Facebook program from its devices off to report the social media giant's was using it to improperly track the incense habits of teenagers