San Francisco: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg cited third-party contractors for failing to remove the Kenosha Guard Militia page and event before the United States fired in Wisconsin Operational error by the reviews is attributed. Two people were killed in this incident. In a video post, Zuckerberg said on Saturday that the “Kenosha” page and event violated Facebook policies.
Operational fault: Zuckerberg
Mark Zuckerberg said: “It was largely an operational error. We have a special team that is implementing policies against these dangerous organizations. Initially, these complaints are seen by contractors and reviewers who have not seen them.
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Message to take up arms from the event’s Facebook page
At the same time, the Kenosha Guard militia set up a Facebook page in June this year. He used another Facebook event page, referring to those opposing Jacob Blake’s police fire to ‘call on these patriots to take up arms and defend the city from evil thugs tonight’ .
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Account deleted from all social media
Zuckerberg said: “We have removed the shooter page, calling this shot a mass murder.” Not only that, his accounts were also deleted from Facebook and Instagram. Our teams permanently remove equipment renting the shoot or the shooter. The CEO of Facebook said the company constantly implements policies that allow us to identify dangerous organizations.