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Facebook ‘Defends’ Decision To Keep Fake Nancy Pelosi Video, But Punishes Users Anyway

There is no escape from Mark Zuckerberg’s tendrils.

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Facebook made the decision to allow an edited video showing U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appear to be drunk and rambling through a press conference to remain on the platform, as there is no rule against posting false information to Facebook, however the platform is continuing to punish users and groups who share it.

Instead of removing the video outright, Facebook made the decision to flag the video and provide an additional article explaining that it has been doctored to make Pelosi appear even more confused and unaware than usual. This, according to Facebook, will allow users to have better information.

The Hill reported:

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Neil Potts, Facebook’s public policy manager, said taking that approach allows people to understand what the video is and why it has been flagged.

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“It is our policy to inform people when we have information that might be false on the platform so they can make their own decisions about that content,” Potts said during a meeting of the international grand committee on big data, privacy and democracy in Ottawa, Canada.

However, Facebook is continuing to penalize groups and individuals who share this content and other content like it.

As Big League Politics reported, Facebook now notifies Facebook group admins that when users in their groups post what the platform considers to be “false news”, Facebook may stop showing posts from the group in users’ news feed, and may stop encouraging users to join the groups.

In other words, if one user posts fake news, the entire group is punished and may become functionally useless, with no Facebook users seeing posts made in the group, and no new users joining the group.

Big League Politics reported:

After a user in the Facebook group “God Emperor Trump: Official” posted an article the website considers fake, admins of the group were given a notification that their entire group could be penalized if the behavior is repeated.

According to Facebook’s message, the platform will use its endless fight against “false news” as an excuse to “push all of that group’s content down in News Feed, which may mean fewer people visit the group.”

The platform “may also stop suggesting that people join the group.”

Facebook sent an identical message when another user posted an article showing philanthropist and public speaker Dan Pena discuss climate change, and yet again when a user posted the doctored footage of Pelosi.

In other words, Facebook will allow the content to remain on its platform so that users and groups may face punishment for posting it repeatedly.

It seems as though the big tech platform found a way to ensure a continuing source of censorship of conservative users.

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Lawsuit: Twitter Kept Child Porn on Platform Because It Does Not Violate Their Terms of Service

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A lawsuit is alleging that the social media giant Twitter did not remove child pornography from their platform because the tech monopoly claims it does not violate their terms of service.

The lawsuit is accusing Twitter of profiting from child pornography that was shared on their platform. It was filed by the victim and her mother in federal court in the Northern District of California on Wednesday. 

The victim, who is now 17, reportedly was targeted by sex traffickers at the age of 13 over Snapchat who then blackmailed him into sending lewd photographs. They then coerced him into performing sex acts with another minor on video, and copies were eventually leaked into child pornography rings.

The videos were allegedly displayed on Twitter, who was alerted to the child sex videos at least three times. According to the suit, Twitter refused to do anything to remove the child sex videos until a federal law enforcement official intervened.

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Twitter’s alleged response was that the social media provider “didn’t find a violation of our policies” with the content:

 

Big League Politics has reported on how Twitter altered their terms of service to make their social media platform more hospitable to pedophiles:

Social media giant Twitter has quietly amended their terms of service to allow for “discussions related to… attraction towards minors” to be allowed on their platform.

“Discussions related to child sexual exploitation as a phenomenon or attraction towards minors are permitted, provided they don’t promote or glorify child sexual exploitation in any way,” reads Twitter’s terms of service.

Twitter allow noted that they would allow for nude depictions of children on their platform in certain instances.

“Artistic depictions of nude minors in a non-sexualized context or setting may be permitted in a limited number of scenarios e.g., works by internationally renowned artists that feature minors,” they added.

Twitter’s pro-pedo policy may have been implemented at the behest of Dr. James Cantor, who describes himself as a proud Jewish homosexual. Cantor is a leading researcher and advocate for pedophiles, who he refers to as minor-attracted persons.

Cantor wrote a letter in Jan. 2018 to John Starr, who works as Director of Trust and Safety with Twitter, with other university academics. The letter urged Twitter to allow pedophiles to network and discuss their attraction to children on the monolithic social media platform.

“Many of us have worked with a group of such non-offending pedophiles, also known as anti-contact MAPs (Minor-Attracted Persons), in a peer support network called Virtuous Pedophiles (@virpeds), as well as in other support networks,” they wrote in their letter.

“Recently, a prominent member of Virtuous Pedophiles, who goes by the pseudonym Ender Wiggin (@enderphile2), had his account permanently suspended by Twitter. At least one other member of the same network, Šimon Falko (@simgiran), also had his account permanently suspended around the same time, and a number of other accounts of non-offending, anti-contact MAPs have since been permanently or temporarily suspended,” they added.

It seems that Big Tech is deliberately allowing social media platforms to permit child porn, as the LGBT agenda pushes to normalize child sexuality and pedophilia. America is set to become Sodom and Gomorrah on steroids if globalism cannot be thwarted.

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