Another day, another stop on Facebook’s never-ending apology tour.
On Tuesday, that takes the form of the social network’s latest transparency report, which, for the first time, includes stats on the vast amounts of content the company removes for violating its community standards.
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In the past, the report’s focused on censorship, tracking Facebook’s response to takedown requests from government officials. But, content removed at the behest of local governments represents only a tiny fraction of the total content Facebook removes every year. Read more…
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