“잘, I know that this board was hand-selected by Facebook. And so to suggest that it’s independent of Facebook, I think would, 알 잖아, not pass the smell test,” Whitaker told FOX Business’ “Mornings with Maria” 금요일에.
Whitaker said that Facebook’s oversight board has some responsibility to try to apply freedom of speech values when reviewing violations.
Whitaker went on to say, “And the further it gets away, the more speech that is suppressed, the more content that is taken down and the more, 알 잖아, sort of companies that are de-platformed and lose large followings, 예를 들면, like President Trump’s Facebook page, I think this is going to really test the independence of this board because some of these actions can’t be justified and ultimately are going to have to be removed.”
“오늘, Facebook is referring its decision to indefinitely suspend former US President Donald Trump’s access to his Facebook and Instagram accounts to the independent Oversight Board,” Facebook Vice President of Global Affairs Nick Clegg 말했다 in a Wednesday statement.
트위터 permanently suspended Trump’s personal account on Jan. 8 following the riots “due to the risk of further incitement of violence.”
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey later defended the company’s decision, saying in a tweet thread that “offline harm as a result of online speech is demonstrably real” while acknowledging that Twitter’s power in the “global public conversation” has set a “dangerous” 전례.
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