Facebook claims hate speech visibility dropped 50 percent in nine months | Engadget
Facebook has occasionally run into trouble for mistakenly flagging content as hate speech, and an aggressive removal system might lead to further accidents. Facebook may be making significant strides in limiting hate, but that's not Haugen's point it's that the social media firm isn't doing enough.Please enter a valid email address Likewise, hate will only have limited impact if few people ever see a given post.However, there's little doubt Facebook is engaged in some spin. Facebook is responding to whistleblower Frances Haugen's testimony by attempting to shift the narrative on hate speech. There were other ways to counter hate, Rosen said, and Facebook had to be "confident" before it removed any material. Rosen's response also doesn't touch on Haugen's allegations that Facebook resisted implementing safer algorithms and other efforts to minimize hateful and divisive interactions.
Facebook is responding to whistleblower Frances Haugen's testimony by attempting to shift the narrative on hate speech. Integrity VP Guy Rosen has posted a defense of the social network's anti-hate m… [+1549 chars]