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Tech & Science "Mark is wrong": unease at Facebook, after refusing to police Trump's messages

12:50  01 june  2020
12:50  01 june  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

United States: Trump signs a decree targeting social network operators

 United States: Trump signs a decree targeting social network operators © REUTERS / Jonathan Ernst Donald Trump signed a decree targeting social network operators this Thursday, May 28 at the White House. In the United States, Donald Trump has just signed a decree to review the status of social media platforms. A decision that comes 24 hours after Twitter tagged two tweets from the President with the words "Misleading Content".

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  « Mark a tort » : malaise chez Facebook, après le refus de policer les messages de Trump © Copyright 2020, L'Obs

The clash between Twitter and Donald Trump splashes Facebook, in a delicate position since his boss, Mark Zuckerberg, refused to sanction controversial remarks by the president. "Mark is wrong, and I'm going to try to make him change his mind by making a lot of noise," tweeted Ryan Freitas, design director for Facebook's News Feed (Sunday). He said he had gathered around fifty people of the same opinion.

Mark is wrong, and I will endeavor in the loudest possible way to change his mind.

—ryanchris (@Ryan Freitas)

Originally, two unprecedented Twitter interventions last week. The platform first reported two tweets from US President about postal voting with the words "check the facts". Mark Zuckerberg then reminded Fox News that the platforms, he said, should not play the role of "arbiters of truth online" - a retweeted interview by Donald Trump.

Facebook refuses to delete a message from Donald Trump despite the indignation of its employees

 Facebook refuses to delete a message from Donald Trump despite the indignation of its employees Mark Zuckerberg refused to sanction polemical remarks by Donald Trump and is publicly disavowed by employees © Rafael Henrique / SOPA Images / Si / SIPA Le Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook account POLEMIQUE - Mark Zuckerberg has refused to sanction controversial remarks by Donald Trump and is publicly disavowed by employees The clash between Twitter and Donald Trump splashes Facebook .

If you think your mark is wrong talk to your exams officer at school. They can request a copy of your marked paper and can request a remark if there' s an issue. I've never had a question to mark that I couldnt read, the scanners they use are really good and pretty much if the human eye can see it so

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Then, on Friday, Twitter masked another message from the White House tenant, about the clashes in Minneapolis after the death of a black man, George Floyd, for violation of the directives of the network on the apology of violence . "The lootings will be immediately greeted by bullets," said Donald Trump of the protests that escalate into riots.

"Facilitate as much expression as possible"

These words also appear on Facebook, but Mark Zuckerberg decided to leave them visible, "after having hesitated all day". In a post on his profile, he said that he condemned as "personal" the "divisive and inflammatory rhetoric" of the president, but did not intend to delete the messages, in the name of freedom of expression and the public interest in get informed.

Facebook employees protest against Mark Zuckerberg's refusal to censor Donald Trump's tweets

 Facebook employees protest against Mark Zuckerberg's refusal to censor Donald Trump's tweets © Provided by Clubic Mark Zuckerberg © Frederic Legrand - COMEO / Shutterstock.com A virtual demonstration was organized as a sign of dispute. Read the article on Business Insider Facebook employees are holding a virtual walkout against the company's handling of Trump's posts In a few words: Strike at Facebook. Several dozen Facebook employees went on strike on Monday.

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"I know that many people are unhappy (...), but our position is to facilitate as much expression as possible, unless there is an imminent risk of harm to others or of dangers as described in our regulations .

Twitter and Facebook have set up systems to combat dangerous content (hate speech, harassment, etc.) and against disinformation. But Facebook exempts political figures and candidates from most of these measures.

"I don't know what to do, but I know that doing nothing is not acceptable. I’m a Facebook employee who totally disagrees with Mark’s decision to do nothing about Trump’s recent posts, which clearly incite violence, ”tweeted Jason Stirman, the company's research and development manager, on Saturday. gone through Twitter.

“I am not alone at Facebook. There is no neutral position on racism. "Trump's tweet encourages violence"

In fact, several other workers spoke on Sunday. "I think Trump's tweet (on looting) encourages extrajudicial violence and fuels racism. Respect to the Twitter team, "wrote designer David Gillis. "Doing nothing is not being bold. That's how many of us feel, "said developer Nate Butler.

Civil-rights leaders say they're 'disappointed and stunned' after call with Facebook's Zuckerberg and Sandberg

  Civil-rights leaders say they're 'disappointed and stunned' after call with Facebook's Zuckerberg and Sandberg The leaders said they were shocked by Zuckerberg's "incomprehensible explanations" for maintaining posts by President Donald Trump.Leaders of three civil rights groups, Color of Change, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, released the statement after a Monday night Zoom call with Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg.

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To make matters worse, the American press revealed on Sunday that Mark Zuckerberg and Donald Trump spoke Friday by phone. The conversation was "productive," according to anonymous sources on the specialty site Axios and the CNBC channel. It has neither been confirmed nor denied by the interested parties.

The phone call with the president discredits the idea of ​​a so-called "neutrality", according to Evelyn Douek, researcher at Harvard Law School. Like other experts, she questions the ability of Facebook's all-new "Supreme Court" to intervene.

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"We are aware that people want the Council to address many important issues related to online content," tweeted the network's "Supervisory Council", which took shape earlier this month. He is supposed to have the final say on whether or not to maintain controversial content, independently.

The network giant is directly concerned by Donald Trump's counterattack against Twitter. The President signed a decree attacking a fundamental Internet law, Section 230, on Thursday that provides digital platforms with immunity from lawsuits related to content published by third parties. And gives them the freedom to intervene as they please to police the exchanges.

Racism in the police: We need "exemplary sanctions" according to the interministerial delegate for the fight against racism .
Friday, the Paris prosecutor's office opened an investigation following revelations on a Facebook group of police and gendarmes exchanging messages racists © CHRISTOPHE SAIDI / SIPA Frédéric Potier, the interministerial delegate for the fight against racism, anti-Semitism and anti-LGBT hatred. POLICE - Friday, the Paris prosecutor's office opened an investigation following revelations on a Facebook group of police and gendarmes exchanging racist messages He expects "exemplary sanctions".

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