Facebook’s own Year in Review missed a few things. We’ve fixed that for them.
It’s been a hell of a year for Mark Zuckerberg and company.
A teenage girl in South Sudan was auctioned off on Facebook
“This barbaric use of technology is reminiscent of latter-day slave markets.”
Vietnam keeps throwing people in jail for their Facebook posts
“Hanoi is giving the world a preview of what's to come, as their Orwellian control further extends onto social media.”
Talking about politics on Facebook can get you sent to prison in Cambodia
“For people inside Cambodia, when they voice an opinion now, even on Facebook, they are afraid because they don't know if it is their turn to get arrested.”
Human rights activists still don't think Facebook is doing nearly enough
“In each of our countries Facebook has been weaponized by bad actors against our citizens.”
Hate speech is still going viral on Facebook in Myanmar, despite Zuckerberg's promises
Human rights groups point to these posts as proof that Facebook continues to fail at enforcing its own rules.