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Politicians censor, and accuse platforms of censorship...and more in the latest Weekly Takedown.
Censorship in Context: Insights from Crowdsourced Data on Social Media Censorship
Facebook's latest announcement promises greater consideration of context in content moderation. Onlinecensorship.org's Matthew Stender takes a look at the news.
News of an agreement between Facebook and the Israeli government shines a new light on the deactivation of several Palestinian editors' Facebook accounts.
Among those affected by Facebook censorship are activists in France fighting against racism.
In the San Francisco Chronicle, Marissa Lang explores whether bans on social media platforms ever amount to censorship.
In this week's edition: Bias against bodies, Israel seeks social media control, a Philippine journalist censored, and more.
A new agreement between the European Commission and four major U.S. companies—Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Microsoft—went into effect yesterday.
In this week's roundup: Pirate Bay founder calls Facebook's Zuckerberg a "dictator" and YouTube attempts to redefine pornography.
The murky history of moderation, and how it’s shaping the future of free speech
Facebook is embroiled in a row with a group of British activists who say it is “censoring” material that might offend the Turkish government.
Unfriending Censorship: Insights from four months of crowdsourced data on social media censorship
In this week's roundup: Facebook erases culture in Indonesia, and meetings between the US Justice Department and social media companies make headlines.
Each week, we will share a roundup of notable news articles related to censorship on social networks.
Facebook Inc began a Europe-wide campaign on Monday to thwart extremist posts on social media.
It's the age-old question on matters of free speech: how do we handle speech the public generally finds unacceptable?