Rights groups urge Meta shareholders to end pro-Palestinian content ‘censorship’

Rights groups urge Meta shareholders to end pro-Palestinian content ‘censorship’

The action comes after nearly 200 Meta employees sign open letter to Mark Zuckerberg demanding end to alleged censorship

As Meta held its annual shareholder meeting online Wednesday, human rights groups coordinated online protests calling the company to put an end to what they call systemic censorship of pro-Palestinian content, both on the company’s social networks and within its own workforce.

The day of action comes after nearly 200 Meta employees signed a letter to Mark Zuckerberg this month demanding the company put an end to alleged censorship of internal voices advocating for Palestinian rights. The employees called for more transparency around alleged biases on public facing platforms and issued a statement urging for an immediate, permanent ceasefire in Gaza.

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​The action comes after nearly 200 Meta employees sign open letter to Mark Zuckerberg demanding end to alleged censorshipAs Meta held its annual shareholder meeting online Wednesday, human rights groups coordinated online protests calling the company to put an end to what they call systemic censorship of pro-Palestinian content, both on the company’s social networks and within its own workforce.The day of action comes after nearly 200 Meta employees signed a letter to Mark Zuckerberg this month demanding the company put an end to alleged censorship of internal voices advocating for Palestinian rights. The employees called for more transparency around alleged biases on public facing platforms and issued a statement urging for an immediate, permanent ceasefire in Gaza. Continue reading… 


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