Friday, August 4, 2017

Lady Liberty and her Thoughts 8/3/17, FACEBOOK CENSORSHIP...


LADY LIBERTY  



                                       The Lady liberty

I wonder what she thought As she stood there, strong and tall.
She couldn't turn away, She was forced to watch it all.
Did she long to offer comfort As her country bled?
With her arm forever frozen High above her head.
She could not shield her eyes She could not hide her face
She just stared across the water Keeping Freedom's place.
The smell of smoke and terror Somehow reduced her size
So small within the harbor But still we recognized...
How dignified and beautiful On a day so many died
I wonder what she thought, And I know she must have cried.



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This is a call out for everybody on this Facebook page, Brenda Baker has been blocked by Facebook, and she would like her post to be shared from her timeline, they are post from FRIENDS OF LIBERTY BLOG , she has like the post that she would like to be shared, after all this is what this group was created for, so that Facebook could not stop us from exercising our free speech, so am asking for your assistance to help Brenda out, and to show Facebook they can stop us !!! Thanks Bill Sharpe.



This censorship is the most maddening thing EVER! 

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YOU TELL US IF YOU THINK IT NEEDS TO BE CENSORED


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Why Facebook’s censorship problem may not get any better any time soon


Leaked documents on how Facebook deals with violent, explicit and harassing content, as published in the Guardian, further exposes the challenges the social network faces in policing the posts of its nearly 2 billion users. It also shows that its censorship problem may not be solvable any time soon.
The Guardian’s report illustrated how stressful and fast-paced the environment is for Facebook’s content moderators. They often only have 10 seconds to review something, and the guidelines that govern what is acceptable on the site are not always consistent.
Facebook did not comment on whether the documents were accurate, but did not dispute their accuracy either. “We work hard to make Facebook as safe as possible while enabling free speech,” Monika Bickert, Facebook’s head of Global Policy Management, said in a statement to The Washington Post. “This requires a lot of thought into detailed and often difficult questions, and getting it right is something we take very seriously.”
The Guardian highlighted phrases or texts from the documents that moderators might come across. Take, for instance, these two examples.

Do you think it’s ok to post, “Someone shoot Trump”? How about a post saying that the best way to snap a woman’s neck is to “make sure to apply all your pressure to the middle of her throat”?
Per Facebook’s rules, the Guardian reported, the first is not allowed because it refers to someone — in this case a head of state — who is in a “protected category.” The second is permissible, according to the documents.
In the case of video, which is a growing area for Facebook, context also matters. Even something such as violent death is not always black and white. Facebook looks at the issue this way, per the documents: “Videos of violent deaths are disturbing but can help create awareness. For videos, we think minors need protection and adults need a choice. We mark as ‘disturbing’ videos of the violent deaths of humans.”
Experts acknowledged the challenges Facebook faces, but said the discussion around censorship would have been easier if the company had released its guidelines by itself.

“Visibility shouldn’t be an enemy to Facebook,” said Benjamin Burroughs, professor at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. “It would let people see the decisions that they make and see how hard they are.”

Earlier this month chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said that even adding an additional 3,000 workers to its vetting team would not solve the issue.
“No matter how many people we have on the team, we’ll never be able to look at everything,” Zuckerberg said in an earnings call earlier this month.
The company is working with artificial intelligence to address the problem too, but that won’t fix everything and it will take time for it to become useful, Zuckerberg added on the call.
Facebook will never please everyone, experts said. Mary Anne Franks, professor at the University of Miami School of Law, said that Facebook and its users should not get wrapped up in how a private company running a free service deals with the First Amendment.
Getting past the debate about speech, Franks said, would allow for a more useful conversation “about the principles Facebook should be using instead.”
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