Boycott Facebook for hate messages | Coca Cola and Unilever have already joined

In the last week of June, Facebook experienced another of its permanent crises. This time it was started by a boycott that targeted the heart of the business, advertising, from which it gets 98 percent of its income despite efforts to move to other markets. The campaign, “Stop hate for profit”, was devised by several organizations that, tired of asking the network to take action against hate speech, asked the big advertisers to withdraw from the platform. at least for …

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Facebook breaks the “hate office”, a network of 88 accounts supporting Jair Bolsonaro

Adviser Tércio Arnaud Tomaz and President Jair Bolsonaro.Reprodução FacebookTércio Arnaud Tomaz went, in just two years, from being the parliamentary secretary of Jair Bolsonaro in the Chamber of Deputies, where he was the “boy of the networks”, to special adviser of the Brazilian presidency, with a salary of almost 14,000 reais (about $ 2,600). Between 2017 and 2019, he trained in the cabinet of Councilor Carlos Bolsonaro in Rio de Janeiro, where he became number two in the presidential family’s …

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Stop Hate for Profit organizers don’t see Facebook wanting to make changes after meeting Mark Zuckerberg

© Reuters. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO Organizers of the “Stop Hate for Profit” campaign, the growing advertising boycott of Facebook, said they saw “no commitment to action” after meeting Tuesday with the CEO of the famous social network, Mark Zuckerberg . Load Error “At our meeting today it was very clear that Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook team are not yet ready to tackle vitriolic hatred on their platform,” the organization said in an official statement. “Instead of actually responding …

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Facebook denies profiting from hate

After a group of industrial giants in the US announced the cessation of ad spending on the platform, the social media giant Facebook responds with an opinion column from Nick Clegg, Facebook’s vice president of public affairs and communications. Highlighting some of the actions that the social network has taken to confront hate speech and harmful content, the executive gives a dimension to the titanic task of identifying and understanding publications amidst the tensions between dignity, diversity and rights. human …

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Facebook doesn’t benefit from hate

The polarization and tensions that cross society are reflected in social networks. And platforms like Facebook are the mirror of those discussions: with more than 3 billion people using Facebook applications monthly, everything good, bad and ugly in our societies will find a place to be expressed. That puts a huge responsibility on Facebook and other social media companies to decide what content is acceptable. Facebook has come under fire in recent weeks for its decision to allow controversial posts …

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