Michael McConnell, a member of Facebook's supervisory board, criticizes the platform's decision about Donald Trump
The co-chair of the supervisory board at Facebook, Michael McConnell, criticized the platform's decision about former US President Donald Trump.
Facebook's recent decision to freeze Trump accounts has been spent indefinitely.
McConnell said, "Facebook" made a mistake when it blocked the former president's account until further notice.
Without specifying a date for re-freezing it, explaining that this procedure was not based on any rules.
McConnell said the supervisory board had given time for the platform to "get it in order."
He added that the rules of "Facebook" are dominated by "massive chaos" as they are not transparent, unclear and inconsistent.