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When Facebook's Staff Flagged Criminal Content, Its Response Was Weak

When Facebook's Staff Flagged Criminal Content, Its Response Was Weak

Update: 2021-09-171
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Facebook employees have raised alarms about drug cartels, human traffickers and violent militias using the platform to recruit in developing countries. But the social-media giant's response often doesn't go far enough to stop dangerous posts on its platforms. Reporter Justin Scheck joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss why the company struggles to handle this content and the catastrophic effects it can have in these places.

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When Facebook's Staff Flagged Criminal Content, Its Response Was Weak

When Facebook's Staff Flagged Criminal Content, Its Response Was Weak

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