@AP
The Associated Press
a month ago
Facebook saw India as at risk for hostile speech, but it lacked resources to stop misinformation such as local language moderators and content-flagging, according to leaked documents obtained by AP. That misinformation at times led to real-world violence.
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@Mohamed62508566
MohamedMohamed
a month ago
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@palazzo214
CK14
a month ago
@AP Corporate responsibility: @amazon can’t sell faulty products @cvspharmacy can’t sell street drugs @eBay can’t sell counterfeit bags @uber can’t take on passengers with guns @Facebook is doing all of the above incl allowing disinformation on covid19 and the Big Lie to flourish.
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@RedRockWesterly
RedRock
a month ago
@AP you don't say. all they had to do was spend the money for local language moderators, that's it, all it would cost is money
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@dakng11
Rick
a month ago
@AP Disregard anything Facebook says.
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@ArleighFrisco
Arleigh Frisco
a month ago
@AP and they're not liable because of the sec 230 exemption
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@rationallity
Rational
a month ago
@AP hindu muslim conflict must end ..
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@STONKSTRADERRR
FrankNBeans
a month ago
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@lordmalignance
Lord Malignance
a month ago
@AP Real Names Policy makes victims. Facebook could Fix that, but collecting information on people to use against them later (leverage) is too valuable.
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@nash1040
Jamie Nash
a month ago
@AP It is not up to Facebook to regulate stuff it is us as free thinking people able to see thru the bs!
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