October 15, 2021
WASHINGTON—Facebook had decided to count journalists as “involuntary” public figures with a purpose to increase protections against harassment and bullying targeted on its platform.
The social media company, which allows more critical commentary of public figures than of private individuals, is changing its approach on the harassment of journalists and “human rights defenders”, who it says are in the public eye due to their work rather than their public personas.
Facebook is under wide-ranging scrutiny from several lawmakers and regulators across the globe over its content moderation practices and harms linked to its platforms.
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