The most current Transparency and Community Standards Enforcement Reports from Meta have been released, giving information on material removals and requests that have been made of the firm recently.
The data shows some noteworthy changes, including an increase in the removal of pornographic and sexually explicit material as a result of spammers’ increased posting of pornographic videos in huge quantities on Facebook.
Additionally, Instagram is taking its fight against drug use portrayals more seriously while Meta is stepping up the enforcement of its dangerous organization’s policy.
Removals of fake accounts fell in Q1 2023, from 1.3 billion in Q4 2022 to 426 million in Q1. During the second half of 2022, requests for user data from governments throughout the world climbed by 0.8%.
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Government requests are growing, according to Meta’s statistics, so social media platforms must make important judgments before formal regulations are put in place. Additionally, Meta has released a summary of its transparency reporting over time, giving information about its continuing development.