Facebook put more measures in place this weekend to protect Wednesday inauguration President-elect Joe Biden and Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris.
Vice President of Integrity Guy Rosen and vice president of global policy management Monika bickert said in a updated article in the press room that the social network has implemented additional measures to monitor signals of violence or other threats in Washington, DC and all 50 states.
Facebook indefinite ban on political advertising remains in place, and the social network continues to promote accurate information about the election and the violence at the Capitol earlier this month, reducing the distribution of content its less accurate systems predict, delegitimizing election results, or portraying rioters as victims.
Other measures have also been put in place to reduce the possibilities of similar behavior within groups.
Facebook blocked the creation of new events taking place near locations such as the White House, the Capitol, and State Capitol buildings on the day of the opening, and its operations center is conducting a secondary review of events related to the inauguration and removal of those who violate its policies. .
The creation of events in the US by non-US pages continues to be blocked.
Some people in the United States have their access to features restricted due to signals such as repeated violations of social network policies, including preventing them from creating live videos, events, groups, or pages.
Finally, “out of caution”, advertisements promoting weapon accessories and protective equipment in the United States are banned until at least January 22.
Rosen and Bickert wrote, “We already ban advertisements for weapons, ammunition and weapon upgrades like silencers. But we will now also ban advertisements for accessories such as safes, vests and gun cases in the United States. “