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World business: Facebook wants feedback on banning Trump
World business: Facebook’s Oversight Board, is now accepting public opinion on the company’s decision to ban former President Donald Trump in the aftermath of the US Capitol attack.

Two posts in question

The first post is the one-minute video that Trump posted to his account. He claims that the US election was stolen. And he also offers words of sympathy to the Capitol rioters.

Besides, Trump wrote in the second post.” These are the things and events that happen when a sacred landslide election victory is so unceremoniously”.

The action taken by Facebook

Subsequently, Facebook removes the video and the post. After, banning Trump from its platform and Instagram for 24 hours.

Although Trump’s pages remain life, he is not able to post anything on Facebook or Instagram since January 6th.

The Oversight Board has the power to overturn Facebook’s decision

Facebook follows the decision to the Oversight Board last week, indicating the exceptional actions the company leadership felt. When after Trump’s incitement of a riot that left five people.

The Oversight Board is going to make a decision by the end of next month. They announced its first rulings on five cases earlier this week, upholding only one removal and overturning four others.

Involving the public

Now, the Oversight Board wants the public to weigh in. As the board is looking for comments regarding whether Facebook’s decision. Which abide by the company’s responsibilities to respect freedom of expression.

They also look for comments regarding how the company should assess off-Facebook context.

Besides, it also on how it should treat the expression of political candidates. Investigating  Facebook’s rules around account enforcement whether should be made more accessible.

World business: Facebook wants feedback on banning Trump

The Oversight Board says it will accept public comments until 10 AM ET on February 5th, and it lists a number of requirements.

Accepting public decision

The Oversight Board says it will accept public comments until 10 AM ET on February 5th, and it lists a number of requirements.

The submissions need to be in English.

The Oversight Board will view the submissions to protect privacy and security. Furthermore, people who decide to give feedback will be having a choice whether to have any of it publish or attribute to them publicly.

 

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