Despite decades of state sanctioned Islamophobic propaganda and attacks on the Rohingya community, there are…
Submitted by Aqsa Tahir on November 09, 2018
Facebook has long promoted itself as a tool for bringing people together to make the world a better place. Now the social media giant has acknowledged that in Myanmar it did the opposite, and human rights groups say it has a lot of work to do to fix that.
Facebook failed to prevent its platform from being used to “foment division and incite offline violence” in the country, one of its executives said in a post on Monday, citing a human rights report commissioned by the company.
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