Facebook New Policy: Facebook said on Wednesday that the company would expand its policies against harassment as part of an effort to remove harmful content from its site. Facebook’s statement comes at a time when the company’s former data scientist, Frances Haugen, told Congress last week that the company had not done enough to meet its responsibility to stop the spread of harmful content on its site. and it often values its own benefits over the interests of its consumers.
Facebook’s new and expanded policy against harassment will block content that seeks to demean public figures, including celebrities and elected officials, in the public eye. This change will provide protection from persecution to people dissatisfied with the government, journalists and human rights activists around the world. In many countries, journalists and activists are harassed through social media to silence them.
The company, which is based out of Menlo Park, California, announced that it will ban all content through which some people collectively try to harass a person. “We don’t allow bullying and harassment on our platform, but when it does, we take action,” Facebook’s global security chief Antigone Davis wrote in a blog post.
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