Facebook’s action against coronavirus for misleading and misleading posts continues. Social media giant Facebook said on Tuesday it removed 7 million fake posts related to Corona in the second quarter.
Washington: Facebook is working against misleading and viral posts related to coronavirus. Social media giant Facebook said on Tuesday it removed 7 million fake posts related to Corona in the second quarter. These include posts related to the steps Facebook has taken to prevent the virus.
Facebook released the data under the sixth Community Standards Enforcement Report. The company said it would also invite outside experts to audit the data included in the report from next year. Facebook says it is committed to preventing misleading and false information on its platform and that there is ongoing work in this direction.
Social Media Company used 2.25 crore (22.5 million) speeches in the second quarter to spread hate from its main app. This figure is high by the first quarter. About 87 lakh posts related to terrorist organizations were removed during this period, while 63 lakh posts were deleted in the last quarter. However little action has been taken on behalf of the company against ‘organized hate’ spreading groups compared to the previous quarter.
Facebook says it has become increasingly reliant on automation technology to review content in April because of the Covid-19 epidemic, which has limited reviewers in its offices.
Because of this, there was no massive action against suicide and child sexual abuse. What’s special is the misinformation spreading on social media about coronavirus. With this in mind, companies such as Facebook and Twitter have launched campaigns against misleading information.