Facebook has come out with new policies that, All “sexualizing content” are going to be eliminated and will protect public figures from any form of sexual harassment on their platform.
A report came in this morning that, Facebook is going to remove all serious sexual content especially with a selection of celebrities, politicians, and content creators.
This is what he said on The Verge report that the company will, “removes all sexualized profiles, pages, groups and events of public figures such as celebrities, politicians and content creators.” [Including banning] Sexual photoshopping and painting, and degraded content “in the process of physical functioning”.
He added that the company is going to permanently eliminate, “undesirable sexual commentary and repetitive attacks that sexually harass individuals.” In a company-wide blog post, Davis explains this decision: “Politicians, journalists, celebrities, creators, and other public figures use Facebook and Instagram to interact directly with their followers. These attacks can be armed with their appearance. We’ve made changes. This is unnecessary and often has nothing to do with the work these public figures represent. “
They declared that their policies also include protecting users from harassment.
“Public figures whether they’re politicians, journalists, celebrities, or creators use Facebook and Instagram to engage directly with their followers,” Davis wrote in the Wednesday blog post. “We made these changes because attacks like these can weaponize a public figure’s appearance, which is unnecessary and often not related to the work these public figures represent.”
This report came in after the former Facebook product manager Whistleblower Francis Haugen presented valid evidence before Congress last week and he is expected to also present valid evidence before the UK president.