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Trump’s gripes with Big Tech are well-known and deeply felt.
(Reuters) - Facebook "misplaced" guidance on an important exemption to its rules on dangerous individuals and organizations for three years, the company's independent oversight board said on Thursday.
Facebook banned former US president Donald Trump for two years, while also revoking immunity for politicians to post misinformation.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc on Friday suspended former U.S. President Donald Trump until at least January 2023 and announced changes to how it will treat world leaders who break the rules on its site.
Facebook plans to reverse its exemption that allows politicians to post deceptive or abusive information, under the auspices they are newsworthy.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc is planning to end its policy that shields politicians from some content moderation rules, The Verge reported on Thursday, in what would be a major policy reversal for the world's largest social media network.
To better prevent extremist violence, the companies should start by building software to look for certain kinds of shifts in responses to the posts of powerful figures around the world.
Facebook, looking to curb misinformation, is starting to prompt users to read articles before sharing
Facebook is hoping to cut the spread of misinfromation on its platform by prompting users to read a news story before they share it on the massive social platform.
Lurking beneath Facebook’s decision on whether to continue Donald Trump’s suspension from its platform is a far more complex and consequential question: Do the protections carved out for companies when the Internet was in its infancy 25 years ago make sense when some of them have become global powerhouses with almost unlimited reach?
Facebook Inc’s internal rules for banning content are a “shambles”, and the company needs to fix the process to have credibility in enforcing them, a member of the social media giant’s independent content oversight board said.