Hard Questions: Who Should Decide What Is Hate Speech in an Online Global Community? | Facebook Newsroom:
"As more and more communication takes place in digital form, the full range of public conversations are moving online — in groups and broadcasts, in text and video, even with emoji.
These discussions reflect the diversity of human experience: some are enlightening and informative, others are humorous and entertaining, and others still are political or religious.
Some can also be hateful and ugly.
Most responsible communications platforms and systems are now working hard to restrict this kind of hateful content.
Facebook is no exception.
We are an open platform for all ideas, a place where we want to encourage self-expression, connection and sharing.
At the same time, when people come to Facebook, we always want them to feel welcome and safe. That’s why we have rules against bullying, harassing and threatening someone..."
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