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Facebook’s policing of vitriol is even more lackluster outside the US, critics say | The Guardian

On a cloudy evening in Nairobi, Berhan Taye is scrolling through a spreadsheet in which she has helped document more than 140 Facebook posts from Ethiopia that contain hate speech. There are videos of child abuse, texts of hate speech against different ethnic groups, and hours-long live streams inciting hatred. These posts breach Facebook community guidelines in any context. Yet for Taye and her colleagues, this is what Facebook’s news feed has looked like for years in Ethiopia.

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Source: Facebook’s policing of vitriol is even more lackluster outside the US, critics say | The Guardian

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