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Is it true that Facebook is shutting down?

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has met with US President Donald Trump. Facebook is facing a number of legal issues today in terms of digital privacy, censorship and transparency.

In his meeting with President Donald Trump and lawmakers in the US capital Washington, Facebook's chief executive Mark Zuckerberg rejected calls for a social networking site to be shut down. According to a Facebook spokesperson, the conversation focused on new rules for the foreseeable future.

It is important to note that Facebook is facing a number of legal issues in terms of digital privacy, censorship and transparency these days. While messaging applications 'WhatsApp' and photo sharing app 'Instagram' are both owned by Facebook, the company faces many problems in digital circles. Zuckerberg was also summoned to the US Congress last year in this regard, which he received much criticism for.

Republican Senator Josh Holley, a Facebook critic, said Thursday of a meeting late Thursday that he challenged Zuckerberg on privacy, competi- tion and unfair policies and demanded that he be placed on WhatsApp and Insta. Sell ​​to grams. Holly also asked Facebook to consent to an individual and independent audit for censorship, but Zuckerberg rejected all of those demands.

Concerned federal authorities are now considering new laws to tackle issues related to digital privacy, censorship and transparency.

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg also met with President Donald Trump yesterday, a photo of which the US president posted on his Twitter account.