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That is why 2021 Facebook decides to continue the Trump ban

That is why 2021 Facebook decides to continue the Trump ban

The American company Facebook has postponed its decision on the possible return of former US President Donald Trump to Facebook and InstagramTrump was banned from using Facebook in January after riots in the Capitol building on January 16, after the demonstrations turned into violent incidents to prevent the electorate from completing the vote count for his rival in the US presidential election, Joe Biden.

Facebook’s censorship board said the delay was due to the time it took to review more than 9,000 public responses to the issues raised over Trump’s posts, according to global media.

The decision was originally to be taken by April 21In a statement on Twitter, the council said it would take a decision “in the coming weeks.

“The ruling will be the biggest decision the oversight board has to make since it began looking into cases last yearThe oversight board was established to decide on difficult or controversial Facebook decisions regarding interference with amending the posts on the siteThe 20-member board, created by Facebook Chairman Mark Zuckerberg, is often referred to as “Facebook’s Supreme Court.

“The council consists of journalists, human rights activists, lawyers and academics, and it has previously ruled in nine casesAnd at the end of last month, Trump revealed that he is working on launching his own platform to reach his supporters, which may be announced soonTrump added in a “podcast” with Lisa Booth, entitled “The Truth”, in partnership with “Fox News”: “I am doing the things necessary to create our own platform, which you will hear about very soon.

“Trump boasted in the “Podcast” that despite the ban, his press releases and positions in support of candidates in the congressional elections are circulated by the media “much better than any tweet,” describing the press releases as “more elegant”, and that they avoid the risk of retweeting from someone It might put you in a difficult situationWhen asked about the nature of his own platform and when it will be launched, Trump replied: “I have huge options.

“Since assuming the presidency of the United States in 2016, Trump has made his tweets on “Twitter” and his posts on “Facebook” the focal point for communicating his messages and communication with the worldAnd in the aftermath of losing the presidential election to Joe Biden, tension rose between Trump and his favorite social media platformsDuring the election process, Twitter and Facebook placed a “misleading” tag on some of Trump’s posts due to his early claims to victory in the election.

But after riots in Washington and the storming of Congress on Wednesday January 16, the two platforms took the unprecedented step of banning Trump accounts from both

That is why 2021 Facebook decides to continue the Trump ban
That is why 2021 Facebook decides to continue the Trump ban