Ex-U.N. chief Annan tells Facebook to move faster on hate speech

Former U.N. chief Kofi Annan told Facebook Inc on Thursday that it should consider establishing a special team to respond more quickly to threats of sectarian violence in countries such as Myanmar that are at high risk.

Facebook, the world’s largest social network, is under pressure from authorities and rights groups in many countries for its role in spreading hate speech, false stories and government-sponsored propaganda.
https://in.reuters.com/article/us-facebook-politics/ex-u-n-chief-annan-tells-facebook-to-move-faster-on-hate-speech-idINKBN1I501H

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Germany demands more privacy safeguards from Facebook: report
Germany’s justice minister has asked Facebook Chief Executive in a letter to be transparent with users by giving them more control, saying allegations of the improper use of data for millions of people is unacceptable, a German media group reported on Thursday.
https://in.reuters.com/article/facebook-cambridge-analytica-germany/germany-demands-more-privacy-safeguards-from-facebook-report-idINKBN1I41UW
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