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Zuckerberg explains why Meta’s platforms don’t allow p0*[email protected]: “I don’t think it’s a matter of politics.”

Recently, CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked with Joe Rogan about why Meta doesn’t let pornography on its platform.

In an episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience,” a podcast by Spotify Technology S.A, Mark Zuckerberg said, “[email protected] is something we don’t allow.”

Rogan had said that Twitter Inc, which is a competitor to Meta, allowed “hardcore [email protected]” on its platform.

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The executive said that p0rn was a “controversial” subject because it could be said that it doesn’t hurt people physically.

“I know there are arguments on both sides,” Zuckerberg said. “But the reason we don’t want [email protected] is more about how it makes us feel as a community than how much harm it does.”

On [email protected], the Meta executive said, “It’s one type of content where it’s more up to the editors to decide how to moderate it. I don’t think it has anything to do with politics.”

“We want the service to feel like a way for people to connect with their friends and family, not like a place where they have to find that kind of content.”

Price Action: According to data from Benzinga Pro, Meta shares dropped 4.15 percent on Friday and closed at $161.78.

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