# Just a week after widespread confusion among roommates, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, Facebook has just announced plans to launch a series of new policies এবং and first-ups, creating a tailor-made for celebrities. Facebook will now ban content that sexually harasses celebrities, part of its latest policy to target harassment and harassment, the report said.
V The Verge reports that Facebook made a big announcement today about removing “deadly sexually provocative content” targeting celebrities. According to Antigone Davis, Facebook’s global head of safety, the company will “remove any profiles, pages, groups or events dedicated to the sexuality of the public, including celebrities, politicians and content creators.” [Including banning] Sexual photoshopping and drawing with any offensive content “in the process of physical activity”.
In addition, the company has consistently stated that “unwanted sexual comments and repetitive attacks sexually harass a person.” Explaining the decision in a company-wide blog post, Davis said, “People’s representatives – be they politicians, journalists, celebrities or producers – use Facebook and Instagram to engage directly with their followers. We have made these changes because such attacks can arm the appearance of the public, which is unnecessary and often not related to the work that represents this public.
There are many more, as popular social media will ban further attacks on Facebook users that pose a “risk of offline harm” if targeted posts and / or messages do not violate Facebook’s policy.
As we reported earlier, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg reportedly lost 7 7 billion earlier this month after shutting down for hours affecting a large portion of the Internet.
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