Mr Palihapitiya said he feels very guilty about getting more people to use social networks.
He said the networks are destroying society because they are changing people's behavior.
Japan's national government will support any local government effort at speed dating, online matchmaking and other ways to coax couples to get together and start families.
The draft recommendations call for intensive efforts over the next five years.
The report says Japan faces a "critical situation" in which the dwindling number of children could cause serious social problems for the country.
The executive is a man called Chamath Palihapitiya.
There are also plans to provide greater support for families with three or more children.
By 2060, nearly 40 per cent of Japan’s population will be aged over 65.
Conmen can easily buy "scam packs" to help them trick would-be daters into their scam.
The pack is available online and only costs a few dollars.
A new Internet scam is tricking people who are looking for love. They include love letters, photos, videos and fake identities. People should never give money to strangers online, even if that person tells a very sad story.