But they also differ — for example, in permitting postings that deny the Holocaust — from more restrictive European standards.
The company has long had programs to remove obviously offensive material like child pornography from its stream of images and commentary.
It is also the least accountable: Facebook does not publish the rules it uses to determine what content to allow and what to delete.Users whose posts are removed are not usually told what rule they have broken, and they cannot generally appeal Facebook’s decision.I love a man that is a gentleman when we go to dinner, but when I take him up to my apartment he rips my clothes off.Passion, teasing, dirty talk, and a little voyeurism gets my panties wet" Copyright 2016 Nasty Chat.com, All rights reserved     [email protected] trademarks and service marks are the properties of their respective owners.“That is the reality of having policies that apply to a global community where people around the world are going to have very different ideas about what is OK to share.” Facebook’s rules constitute a legal world of their own.
They stand in sharp contrast to the United States’ First Amendment protections of free speech, which courts have interpreted to allow exactly the sort of speech and writing censored by the company’s hate speech algorithm. Kill them all.” Higgins’ plea for violent revenge went untouched by Facebook workers who scour the social network deleting offensive speech.For instance, Higgins’ incitement to violence passed muster because it targeted a specific sub-group of Muslims — those that are “radicalized” — while Delgado’s post was deleted for attacking whites in general.The company recently pledged to nearly double its army of censors to 7,500, up from 4,500, in response to criticism of a video posting of a murder.Their work amounts to what may well be the most far-reaching global censorship operation in history.One Facebook rule, which is cited in the documents but that the company said is no longer in effect, banned posts that praise the use of “violence to resist occupation of an internationally recognized state.” The company’s workforce of human censors, known as content reviewers, has deleted posts by activists and journalists in disputed territories such as Palestine, Kashmir, Crimea and Western Sahara.