Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced the social media giant will be hiring 3000 more people – on top of the 4500 they currently have – to remove posts that violate their standards.
Zuckerberg began the announcement in a Facebook post mentioning live streamed videos in which someone hurt themselves or others. While you'd be hard pressed to find anyone opposed to removing these videos, he then follows it up by bringing up 'hate speech'.
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“If we're going to build a safe community, we need to respond quickly. We're working to make these videos easier to report so we can take the right action sooner -- whether that's responding quickly when someone needs help or taking a post down.
Over the next year, we'll be adding 3,000 people to our community operations team around the world -- on top of the 4,500 we have today -- to review the millions of reports we get every week, and improve the process for doing it quickly,” he adds.
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Keep in mind that Facebook employees are generally very left-wing and went as far as suggesting they could manipulate the site to prevent a Donald Trump presidency.
“These reviewers will also help us get better at removing things we don't allow on Facebook like hate speech and child exploitation,” Zuckerberg said.
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Again, removing things like child exploitation and working with authorities is fine. But what about so-called 'hate speech' against Islam? Zuckerberg has already expressed his feelings about “Islamophobia” after the San Bernardino attack in 2015.
In fact, the victims of the attack have filed a lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter and Google accusing them of AIDING the Islamic State. So it would seem only types of hate are deemed to be in violation of Facebook's terms of service.
“In addition to investing in more people, we're also building better tools to keep our community safe. We’re going to make it simpler to report problems to us, faster for our reviewers to determine which posts violate our standards and easier for them to contact law enforcement if someone needs help,” Zuckerberg writes.
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Speaking as someone who once got a 30 day ban for joking that a woman make me a sandwich (the most stereotypical sexist comment imaginable), expect this to lead to more censorship, deleted posts and bans across the board.
While it's hard to disagree with some of what Zuckerberg's saying, don't be fooled. Facebook's idea of a “safe community” is exactly like “safe spaces” created by social justice warriors on university campuses.