Meta has announced plans to revive former US President Donald Trump’s Facebook account.
The account was banned two years ago and he was banned from Twitter and other platforms as well. Recently, Twitter reinstated his account.
Two years ago we took action in an extreme and very extraordinary situation. Then-President Donald Trump, who praised those involved in the violence at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, has indefinitely suspended his Facebook and his Instagram accounts. Our decision-making balance. The Board supported the decision, but criticized the open-ended nature of suspensions and the lack of clear criteria for when suspended accounts will be reinstated, and reviewed the issue to determine a more appropriate response. I instructed them to consider it.
In response to the Board, we have imposed a two-year time-limited suspension from the initial suspension date of January 7, 2021. This is an unprecedented length of such an outage. A new crisis policy protocol also clarifies the circumstances under which public figures’ accounts may be restricted during civil unrest or continued violence, and guides the assessment of on- and off-platform risks of imminent harm. was introduced so that it could be dealt with specifically. Policy and Product Actions. In its response to the Oversight Committee, it said it would assess whether the risk to public safety has receded before deciding whether to lift Trump’s suspension.
For more information on Meta’s plans to revive the former US President’s account, see the link below.
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