Facebook Reportedly Won’t Allow Posts That Call For Putin’s Death – CNET

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Clegg reportedly included that the policy allowing some calls for violence, which just applies in Ukraine, should not be translated as “condoning violence against Russians in general.

Facebook will supposedly forbid posts that call for the death of Russian President Vladimir Putin after last week saying it would allow some violent speech versus Russian invaders, which it views as political speech. ” In order to eliminate any obscurity about our stance, we are additional narrowing our assistance to make explicit that we are not allowing require the death of a head of state on our platforms,” Nick Clegg, who leads global affairs at Meta, composed on the businesss internal platform on Sunday, according to Reuters..

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