Ex-President of the United state of America Donald Trump lost his access to social media following our capital insurrection on january the 6th
but the door has been left the jar for a possible comeback on Facebook where he once had 35 million followers the firm’s independent oversight board has upheld trump’s temporary suspension
while giving management six months to decide the former president’s fate facebook must re-examine the arbitrary penalty
Facebook’s oversight board has upheld its decision to suspend the account of former US President Donald Trump.
But it says Facebook should review the suspension within 6 months. The social media giant banned Trump indefinitely in January after his supporters stormed the Capitol building. He’s now launched his own platform from which to make comments
it imposed on January 7th and decide the appropriate penalty this penalty must be based on the gravity of the violation and the prospect of future hart trump was impeached in February for inciting the mob that stormed congress and Twitter has already banned the former president for life activists had welcomed facebook suspension but many say the firm remains a platform for toxic content
we are seeing orchestrated organized efforts to spread false information about the vaccine false information about public health guidelines to spread racism to organize violence over facebook this is something that facebook needs to address
Trump called the decision and his banning across tech platforms “a total disgrace” and said the companies would “pay a political price.”
Facebook indefinitely blocked Trump’s access to his Facebook and Instagram accounts over concerns of further violent unrest following the Jan. 6 riot.
It enacted the suspension after removing two of Trump’s posts during the Capitol riot, including a video in which he said supporters should go home but reiterated his false claim of widespread voter fraud, saying “I know your pain. I know you’re hurt. We had an election that was stolen from us.
on a day-to-day basis other experts say the power to block users should not be left up to organizations that are answerable to shareholders there is a role for government here because these problems cannot be wholly solved by private entities
whatever oversight boards or other kinds of pseudo-accountability mechanisms they put into place with limited options for now the former president have found a new way to get his message out he’s launched a blog entitled from the desk of Donald trump there he continues to dispute the results of November’s elections for anyone who’s willing listen to paolo Montecillo Report officially.