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Facebook has hundreds of people around the world tasked with enforcing its ban on co-ordination of violence. A combination of keyword filters and users flag Facebook postings that might be of concern, which are then reviewed by hand.
Adding reinforcements to its user operations team is “standard practice” after big events such as the English riots or Norway shootings, it said, without saying precisely how many posts from groups and individuals’ pages that it has removed in recent days.
“Facebook has a very clear set of terms that we use for the service called our statement of rights and responsibilities,” Richard Allan, Facebook’s European head of policy, told the FT.