Facebook has now announced a new set of rules for its teams to store harmful content. The media giant said it would restrict access to groups with potentially harmful content. Facebook will take action against parties if it is reported to be in breach of the platform’s rules. The company will also take action against party members who repeatedly break the rules on its platform.
Facebook also said that posting on the blog would stop recommending groups that could be harmful to people. The company also said law-abiding groups and members will also be able to enter the stadium.
“We know we have a big responsibility when adding or recommending content. As we work to ensure that potentially dangerous groups are not publicly recommended, we strive to ensure that we do not punish high-level groups on the same topics. The wandering conflict is not between our business intentions and the removal of subordinate groups – it is about taking action against potentially dangerous groups while ensuring that community leaders can grow their law-abiding and value-added groups. We try to balance this with our recommendations, ”said Tom Alison, VP of Engineering, on Facebook on the blog.
Facebook in a statement said it would prevent people with repeated abuse from sending to any party for a limited period of time. The time may be between seven and 30 days and they will not be able to add new members to the group or create new groups on Facebook.