Facebook, Aiming for Transparency, Details Removal of Posts and Fake Accounts

Facebook, Aiming for Transparency, Details Removal of Posts and Fake Accounts

Facebook, Aiming for Transparency, Details Removal of Posts and Fake Accounts

Now, it's implementing a new playbook, as well as releasing the findings of its internal audits twice a year.

Facebook also said that there were 46 disruptions of Facebook services in 12 countries in the second half of 2017, compared to 52 disruptions in nine countries in the first half.

The company previously enforced community standards by having users report violations and trained staff then deal with them. In addition, Facebook remains in damage-control mode after revelations about how political-consulting firm Cambridge Analytica improperly obtained data on millions of users without their knowledge and consent.

Facebook, though, still wants to do more to combat content that could be against its rules - like those that are considered by its employees or artificial intelligence system to be hate speech, abuse, graphic violence, sexual activity, terrorist propaganda - while also ensuring that it doesn't go too far in its censorship endeavors. While the company still asks people to report offensive content, it has increasingly used AI to weed out offensive posts before anyone sees them.

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While AI is getting more effective at flagging content, Facebook's human reviewers still have to finish the job.

Along with fake accounts, Facebook said in its transparency report that it had removed 21 million pieces of content featuring sex or nudity, 2.5 million pieces of hate speech and nearly 2 million items related to terrorism by Al Qaida and ISIS in the first quarter of 2018. The percentage was consistent in the first quarter of 2018 with a total 583 million accounts. This was an increase from estimates of between 0.16 percent and 0.19 percent in fourth quarter of past year. "Overall, we estimate that out of every 10,000 pieces of content viewed on Facebook, seven to nine views were of content that violated our adult nudity and pornography standards". They speculate that some of the increase could have been caused by a ramp up in the war in Syria in January. Why, for example, did Facebook make it possible for people to sell opiates on the site, even though it says that content is prohibited?

"For graphic violence, we took down or applied warning labels to about 3.5 million pieces of violent content in Q1 2018 - 86% of which was identified by our technology before it was reported to Facebook", it said.

The report did not cover the spread of false news directly, which it has previously said it was trying to stamp out by increasing transparency on who buys political ads, strengthening enforcement and making it harder for so-called "clickbait" from showing up in users' feeds. "We tend to find and flag less of it, and rely more on user reports, than with some other violation types".

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"Yes there are clear skews in many of these metrics", said Schultz.

"All of this is under development. And it's created to make it easy for scholars, policymakers and community groups to give us feedback so that we can do better over time".

Facebook revealed that the Community Standards Enforcement Report focused on suspicious activities that took place from October 2017 to March 2018.

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