Hateful content sa Facebook, patuloy na inaaksyunan
ni Ronalyn Seminiano Reonico | June 27, 2020
Napagdesisyunan ng Facebook na i-ban ang mga ads na may "wider category of hateful content" bilang tugon sa mga protesta laban sa kanila maging sa pambo-boycott ng mga advertisers katulad ng Coca-Cola at Unilever.
Parte ng Facebook post ni Zuckerberg, aniya, “We're expanding our ads policy to prohibit claims that people from a specific race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, caste, sexual orientation, gender identity or immigration status are a threat to the physical safety, health or survival of others. We're also expanding our policies to better protect immigrants, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers from ads suggesting these groups are inferior or expressing contempt, dismissal or disgust directed at them.”
Saad pa ni Zuckerberg, “We've invested heavily in both AI systems and human review teams so that now we identify almost 90% of the hate speech we remove before anyone even reports it to us. We've also set the standard in our industry by publishing regular transparency reports so people can hold us accountable for progress. We will continue investing in this work and will commit whatever resources are necessary to improve our enforcement.”
Sa huli, aniya, “We're continuing to review our policies, and we'll keep working with outside experts and civil rights organizations to adjust our approach as new risks emerge. I'm optimistic that we can make progress on public health and racial justice while maintaining our democratic traditions around free expression and voting. I'm committed to making sure Facebook is a force for good on this journey.”