Facebook states that the whole thing is a pilot project and part of a larger “global effort” to counteract the service being used for radicalization.
The project includes several independent activist organizations (NGOs) and academic experts. The idea for it must have been born after the terrorist attacks in Christchurch in New Zealand, writes Reuters.
The Swedish podcast profile Dan Eriksson writes on Twitter that he received a warning message in which Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook in an adult tone warned that violent groups were trying to manipulate Eriksson’s “anger and disappointment”.
Source: Fria Tider by www.friatider.se.
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