Facebook, Instagram Purged Millions of Posts During Philippine Election
By Sebastian Strangio
The scale of Meta's content removals points to the sheer deluge of hate speech and disinformation that is flowing through the country's social media networks.
Rohingya Sue Facebook for $150 Billion, Alleging Role in Violence
By Kelvin Chan
Lawyers filed a class-action lawsuit in California saying Facebook's arrival in Myanmar helped spread hate speech, misinformation, and incitement to violence.
Facebook Dithered in Curbing Divisive User Content in India
By Sheikh Saaliq and Krutika Pathi
Internal company documents on India highlight Facebook's constant struggles in quashing abusive content.
Should Social Media Companies Ban the Taliban?
By Andressa Oliveira
The Taliban’s social media presence once again invites a debate on the repercussions of the technology industry’s role in world politics.
Online Hate Speech Is a Challenge for India’s Foreign Policy
By Parama Sinha Palit
Hate content on Facebook amplifies India’s growing illiberal tendencies, denting the country’s global reputation.
How Facebook Is Complicit in Myanmar’s Attacks on Minorities
By Angshuman Choudhury
Facebook faces accusations of favoring a majoritarian regime in Myanmar.