Facebook wants less censorship for ‘newsworthy’ messages
Facebook is planning to be less censorship in the social network, so “newsworthy and important messages for everyone to see.
The social network becomes more supple therefore the lines for the placement of text, photos, and videos. Facebook examines the way in which the exception to the rule can be applied, the company said Friday.
Facebook is the last period quite come under fire are due to the removal of footage from the website. So it was a historic photo of the Vietnam war unjustly taken offline.
Also, there is a growing criticism on the rules for the posting of messages and the way news is categorized. Facebook is seen as a news medium that uses censorship, while the network presents itself as a techbedrijf.
The coming weeks will Facebook more messages allow “those people are newsworthy, significant or important for the public domain, even if they may not comply with our standards.”
“We have the intention for more images and stories, without that there will security threats commence to arise, or that offensive pictures will be shown for minors and others that they do not want to see.”