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Facebook is together with Instagram in its transparency report for the first time, releasing information on how the firm moderates content material associated to baby exploitation, self-harm, terrorist propaganda, and drug and firearm gross sales. Notably absent from the report is info on how faux accounts, hate speech, and violent content material are regulated on the photo-sharing app.

The info is a part of Facebook’s quarterly “community standards” transparency report, which tracks the firm’s ongoing efforts to reasonable content material on the platform. The final report, launched in May, confirmed a pointy enhance in the variety of abusive accounts on Facebook, and a downtick in the variety of posts containing violent content material the firm detected and eliminated.


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