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Facebook gives more details about its efforts against hate speech before Myanmar’s general election

TechCrunch Thursday, 24 September 2020
About three weeks ago, Facebook announced will increase its efforts against hate speech and misinformation in Myanmar before the country’s general election on November 8, 2020. Today, it gave some more details about what the company is doing to prevent the spread of hate speech and misinformation. This includes adding Burmese language warning screens to […]
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