Anthropologists and heritage experts who have called for more due diligence on the part of the legitimate antiquities market welcomed Facebook’s newcommunity standards that have put historical artifacts on the list of items forbidden to post for sale on the platform.
A court in Texas has dismissed Facebook’s appeal to halt three separate lawsuits from underage survivors of sexual exploitation who say the company is enabling sex trafficking.
A Chinese court sentenced a human rights activist to 12 years in prison for leaking state secrets while a Vietnamese court locked seven activists behind bars saying they “caused public disorder.”
Facebook released a statement on Tuesday stating they had identified and deleted 32 accounts “involved in coordinated inauthentic behavior,” but haven’t determined who is behind them.
A Lithuanian man accused of conning Google and Facebook out of over US$ 100 million through an email fraud scheme pleaded not guilty in a US court on Thursday, Reuters reported.
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