On a related note, see Why Facebook’s 'Values' Update Matters | Lawfare
"Facebook on Tuesday unveiled its blueprint for an independent oversight board to review the company’s decisions about the posts, photos and videos it takes down or leaves online, responding to a wave of criticism that inconsistent policies have undermined the platform.
The roughly 40-person panel is supposed to function as the social media giant’s version of a “Supreme Court,” serving as the final word for Facebook users who want to appeal the company’s moderation decisions. It will also offer recommendations for how the tech giant should tackle problematic content in the future.
“We are responsible for enforcing our policies every day and we make millions of content decisions every week,” chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said in a post. “But ultimately I don’t believe private companies like ours should be making so many important decisions about speech on our own.”"Facebook unveils charter for its ‘Supreme Court,’ where users can go to contest the company’s decisions | Washington Post