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    Facebook adds 3,000 employees to fight live broadcasts of violence

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    Facebook adds 3,000 employees to fight live broadcasts of violence Empty Facebook adds 3,000 employees to fight live broadcasts of violence

    Post by Rocky Thu 04 May 2017, 2:37 am

    Facebook adds 3,000 employees to fight live broadcasts of violence


    Release Date: 2017/5/3


    Facebook is planning to hire an additional 3,000 workers next year to monitor reports of inappropriate content on its social network, including video recordings of killings and suicide, Facebook's chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said.
    Zuckerberg, co-founder of Facebook, said in a publication on the social networking site that staff would be added to the 4,500 others who already review content that violates the Terms of Service.
    The recruitment campaign is a recognition from Facebook that it needs, at least for the time being, more than automated software to improve live broadcast monitoring of Facebook Live, which has been plagued by violent incidents since it was launched last year.
    Police said last week that a father from Thailand had broadcast a videotape of him killing his daughter on Facebook Live. Facebook deleted the registration after more than a full day of its publication and was seen 370 thousand times. Other video recordings of violent incidents have been broadcast from places such as Chicago and Cleveland.
    "We are making it easier to report those videos so that we can take good action quickly - whether it's a quick response when someone needs to help or delete a post," Zuckerberg said.

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