CENSORED: The Vietnamese government announced that Facebook has agreed to work with them to prevent the publication and distribution of banned online content.

SPEECH!: After a man broadcast a murder-suicide on Facebook Live, the Thai government is looking for ways to speed up content takedowns on the platform.

ART: The Museum of Fine Arts is among the growing number of Instagram users affected by the company’s prudish practices.

LONG READ: Having it both ways on Trump’s vitriol: Twitter Chief Jack Dorsey says “We are going to hold all accounts to the same standards. Our policy does [account for] newsworthiness as well”.

In other news:

  • After further internal inquiry, Facebook “discovered additional reports from users, including reports on the first video” with respect to a murder broadcast Live from Cleveland.

  • Facebook shows Related Articles and fact checkers before you open links.

  • Although news deemed to be ‘fake’ by Google may still remain in the search giant’s index, users can now tag content as ‘fake’.

 

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