On Friday afternoon, Facebook made one of its most controversial content moderation decisions in company history. After President Trump posted to Facebook some tweets that Twitter had placed behind a for
- The Verge - Casey Newton
Facebook is once again being heavily criticized, this time by its own employees. Many disagree with the company's decision to allow President Trump's "when looting starts, shooting starts" post to remain up. Mark Zuckerberg has defended his approach, not only to the public but to civil rights leaders and also his staff, saying that though he finds it personally "disgusting," Trump's post will not be moderated.