In a wide-ranging post of almost 6,000 words, Zuckerberg said Facebook can play a role in bringing people together as they face fractious politics and anti-globalization sentiment.
That seems like a battle cry against the onslaught of fake news that Facebook has tried to combat in recent months.
Modi recently asked his ministers to share their meetings and information on Facebook so that they can receive direct feedback from citizens, the Facebook CEO wrote in a 5,700-worded post on its "Community Standard" Page. For example, Zuckerberg noted that Facebook has a number of groups dedicated to building a support community for users suffering from rare medical disorders.
Zuckerberg said when Facebook began its journey, this idea was not controversial and as the world got more connected, it was seen as a positive trend.
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But then Zuckerberg highlighted the growing global uncertainty and fear of a wide-open world among a wide swath of people.
The letter discusses numerous pitfalls that have surfaced as a result of Facebook trying to carry out its core mission of connecting people around the world.
Zuckerberg's letter, which he posted as an update to his original founder's letter, outlines Facebook's new focus on building "a global community that works for all of us". "Over time, our community will identify which sources provide a complete range of perspectives so that content will naturally surface more". "The best solutions for improving discourse may come from getting to know each other as whole people instead of just opinions - something Facebook may be uniquely suited to do".
Zuckerberg also wants to make Facebook a destination for "civically-engaged" communities, with users who participate in politics both locally and globally.
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For the 83-year-old, the threat of extradition has also left him unable to visit his daughter, who's located in London. Polanski claims a USA judge agreed on a plea deal in 1978 that would make the director serve just 48 days.
"We can help establish direct dialogue and accountability between people and our elected leaders", Zuckerberg added.
These online communities that help connect groups locally or globally "strengthen our social fabric", he said. This is another area where critics say Facebook has failed its users time and again.
Facebook has grown rapidly, with 1.86 billion monthly users around the world.
Facebook is also using artificial intelligence more to flag photos and videos that need human review, Zuckerberg wrote. "I worry about these and we have studied them extensively, but I also worry there are even more powerful effects we must mitigate around sensationalism and polarization leading to a loss of common understanding", he wrote.
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Those immigrants were considered an enforcement priority because of criminal convictions or affiliations, the official said. Despite his apparent reassurance, the arrest of Mr Ramirez has sparked concerns about the future of immigrants in the US.
It is not surprising Zuckerberg wants to explore to ways to expand Facebook, which would give it more opportunities to sell the ads that generate most of its revenue.