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Australia Anti-conservative bias has become ‘so blatant’ on social media

14:06  24 june  2020
14:06  24 june  2020 Source:   skynews.com.au

Boris Johnson announces the creation of a commission on racial inequalities in the United Kingdom

 Boris Johnson announces the creation of a commission on racial inequalities in the United Kingdom © John NGUYEN British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in London on June 14, 2020 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the creation of a commission on racial inequalities, calling for tackling the "substance" of racism and not symbols, with reference to recent degradations of statues on the fringes of anti-racist demonstrations. "We have to tackle the substance of the problem, not the symbols.

Trump hosts conservative social media personalities. Although Facebook (FB) has made some progress in eliminating anti - conservative bias , the company still has work left to do, the investigators say.

Facebook’s Anti - Conservative Bias Audit Is Here. Its results are entirely unsurprising. If enacted, it could significantly change the long-standing law that has governed American speech online and For many researchers who study social media and moderation, the hope was that the conservative bias

Sky News host Andrew Bolt says after years of conservatives complaining social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook are biased against them, it now “seems so blatant” with the US election coming up in November.

Twitter has again put a warning label on US President Donald Trump’s tweet which warned protesters against trying to create an autonomous zone in Washington DC.

“If they try they will be met with serious force,” the President tweeted.

Twitter claimed the post violated its policy against abusive behavior specifically the “presence of a threat of harm against an identifiable group”.

Now Facebook has come under fire for less explicit bias as a Project Veritas film caught Facebook moderators declaring they actively delete certain pro-Trump posts.

Former CEO of Facebook Australia Stephen Scheeler told Sky News there is a “high degree of attempts at being neutral” by social media platforms.

Holder wants racism to be treated like doping and fixing .
Holder wants racism to be treated like doping and fixingThen Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed was slapped with a four-match ban last year for a racist remark aimed at South Africa all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo.

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