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Facebook Inc for the first time on Nov 19 disclosed numbers on the prevalence of hate speech on its platform, saying that out of every 10,000 content views in the third quarter, 10 to 11 included hate speech.
More than 200 of Facebook Inc’s content moderators said their lives are being put at risk by the requirement to work in offices in global hot spots during the pandemic.
After Trump leaves office, Twitter and Facebook will take different approaches to handling his posts
Among the questions that came up at the US Senate Judiciary Committee hearing was how Facebook and Twitter will treat the posts of President Trump after he leaves the White House in January 2021, when president-elect Joe Biden takes office.
The chief executive officers of Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc fielded the latest round of complaints from US senators who remain divided on how to regulate the companies heading into 2021.
US conservatives backing President Donald Trump’s claims of election malfeasance have sparked a migration to alternative social media sites which have refrained from filtering unverified claims.
Nearly a decade has passed since Safiya Noble googled “Black girls” and found the search results were mostly pornographic – a discovery that drove her to explore how algorithms can perpetuate discrimination and inequality.
Since Joe Biden left office almost four years ago, antitrust enforcement has gone from a backwater of Democratic policymaking to a key tool for reshaping the US economy.
On Nov 9, cable outlet One America News Network posted two videos to its YouTube account titled “Trump won”. The clips echoed several others telling viewers, falsely, that US President Donald Trump was re-elected and that the vote was marred by fraud.
Frustrated conservatives, bristling at perceived bias against them on Facebook Inc’s social network, have found a solution: moving to Parler, the app that reached No. 1 in downloads following Joe Biden’s win in the US presidential election.
Gaming is becoming a novel tool for making learning and rehabilitation engaging.