Intel CEO Brian Krzanich called on Facebook on Thursday to put people first by removing political content from the platform, including posts on its politics page.
The company’s political page is the largest of its kind, with more than 2 million users.
Krzanic said Facebook had made “mistakes” and called for the company to make it right again.
He also called for Facebook to make sure “you don’t do things that are unfair to conservatives.”
Facebook has faced criticism over how it handles political posts, and Facebook said it would investigate whether political posts had been removed due to hate speech.
Krzyzanich told reporters at an Intel event that Facebook should “put the right people in the right places.”
He also urged the company not to “give political information to people who want to use it as a platform to promote hate and bigotry.”
Facebook’s political section is currently accessible only to users who have the “pro-Republican” or “pro-“Facebook political preferences.
Krzianich said he has also asked Facebook to do more to improve the political content that it hosts.
Facebook has previously removed posts that contained racially or ethnically offensive language or images, such as those that featured pictures of the Ku Klux Klan or Nazis.