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Mar. 10, 2022
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Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly changing Facebook and Instagram's rules to "temporarily allow calls for violence against Russians," Reuters reports.
Meta Platforms (FB.O) will allow Facebook and Instagram users in some countries to call for violence against Russians and Russian soldiers in the context of the Ukraine invasion, according to internal emails seen by Reuters on Thursday, in a temporary change to its hate speech policy.Zuckerberg in 2019 changed their rules to allow calls for "high-severity violence" against "dangerous individuals" like Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson and Louis Farrakhan, though they reversed the policy after getting backlash.
Just last month, Facebook removed the "neo-nazi" Azov Battalion from their "Dangerous Individuals and Organizations" list so they could be showered with praise.
Whereas Russian media outlets have been censored on Facebook and Russians are no longer going to be protected under their "hate speech" rules, the Ukrainian military is allowed to openly announce their plans to commit war crimes.
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