The social network is under pressure over how its platform may be harmful to users and society at large.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube and TikTok took no action on 84% of antisemitic posts, despite pledging to crack down on hate speech, according to the Center to Counter Digital Hate.
LGBTQ social media users encounter hate speech and harassment at higher rates than all other identity groups at 64%, according to GLAAD's inaugural social media index report.
The panel of experts tasked with reviewing Facebook's most difficult content decisions has issued its first rulings, dealing with hate speech, nudity and COVID-19 misinformation.
Facebook critics are banding together to monitor misinformation, hate speech and voter suppression on the social network because, they argue, it has fallen short.
Last week, federal agents arrested seven suspected members of the white supremacist group “The Base.” Among the suspects, three men from North Georgia —...
If you’ve ever visited any Reddit message board or YouTube comment section, you know internet trolls and hate speech go hand in hand. A new study from...