Violence, nudity, hate… Facebook publishes its moderation rules internal

After having jealously guarded the secret of its rules of moderation internal, Facebook has finally decided, Tuesday, April 24, to make it public. So far, the social network 2 billion users are only displayed as an outline. Over the years, and the controversies, it had expanded, but this is the first time that the company details to this point this complex regulation.

In addition to 8, 000 words, Facebook shatters and a large number of issues, nudity, harassment through pornography, hate speech, suicide or violence in general. These rules of moderation internal had already been partially leaked to the press in recent years, notably in the Guardian and the Süddeutsche Zeitung.

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