Facebook criticised for allowing illegal and harmful content in PNG languages

Facebook users in Papua New Guinea say the company has been slow or failed to remove child abuse content, explicit material and fake news, despite reports made using the platform’s own moderation tools.

A naked image of a young girl that was recently shared to a public PNG Facebook page with more than 6,000 followers has reignited fears that the social media platform is not doing enough to stop abusive and harmful content in local languages.

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