Facebook’s oversight board upheld Trump’s ban , the board  recommendation Respect Freedom of Expression Speaking to Reporters 


The three major social media platforms have banned President Trump's accounts

The three major social media platforms have banned President Trump’s accounts because his posts violated their guidelines four months after his riots during the university’s Capitol riots, excluding Facebook and Instagram,

 which was the suspension of former President Donald Trump Facebook’s Oversight Board upheld, but the company-funded court of external experts ruled it was inappropriate for Facebook to impose an “indefinite and non-standard penalty” of indefinite suspension and ordered the company to refer the matter within six months consider and possibly open the door to Trump’s return.

 “Normal Facebook sanctions include removing the offensive content, imposing a temporary embargo, or permanently disabling the page and account,” the board said in its recommendation Respect Freedom of Expression Speaking to Reporters after the Denied Decision Co-Chair of the Supervisory Board and former Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt told the board to pass the decision on to Facebook: “I don’t think we’re just giving Facebook back here. 

The board says Facebook can decide to impose a limited suspension on them to permanently ban or to appeal again to the board.

“We will now review the board’s decision and determine an action that is clear and proportionate. In the meantime, Mr. Trump’s accounts remain on hold,” Nick Clegg, vice president of global affairs and communications, said in a statement.

 They continue to provoke outrage among conservatives who say Facebook and other major social media platforms routinely censor his speech. The Heritage Foundation named Facebook and “Big Tech” after the decision.


The Oversight Board's decision to maintain the suspension is wrong and one that all Americans, regardless of political affiliation,

 “The Oversight Board’s decision to maintain the suspension is wrong and one that all Americans, regardless of political affiliation, should be concerned about,” said Kay C. James, president of the Heritage Foundation, in a statement.

 However, it was perfectly appropriate to admonish Facebook’s vague and non-standard sanctions. To play by a set of rules that give them undue influence over American society while avoiding any responsibility for how they use that influence.

 Direct link with their followers. When he was banned from the main social media platforms in the country after January.6 Attack on the Capitol. An immediate return to Facebook would have been a boon to public relations and fundraising if Trump had run for president again in 2024.

 In 2016 and 2020, Trump used Facebook to bolster his base and raise campaign funds. As the media megaphone, he has instead relied on a patchwork of press releases, television interviews, emails and robocalls to get his message across to fans.

 On Tuesday he launched a website “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump” which will eventually enable him to be in direct contact with his supporters. He also talked about starting his own social media platform. Trump’s ban is the worst case yet for Facebook’s oversight board, with far-reaching political implications for the nation. 

This could also affect the way other social media platforms treat speech from world leaders in the future. Following the board’s decision on Wednesday, Madihha Ahussain, Muslim Advocates’ special advisor on anti-Muslim fanaticism, said the decision was “no cause for celebration.

“It is a shameful accusation from Facebook and the Facebook Oversight Board that we have only waited a few months for a man directly responsible for one of the darkest days in modern American history to once again spread hate and lies online . 

” Ahussain said in a statement: “Additionally, we are extremely concerned that the board’s decision leaves Facebook the door open for Trump to return to the platform in six months. This is an unacceptable and dangerous result.

 The attack on Capitol violated against the rules. Facebook at the time accused Trump of trying to “undermine the peaceful and legal transfer of power to his elected successor Joe Biden,” saying the indefinite suspension the day after Trump was suspended by the Capitol supporters was necessary to that To reduce risk of violence at least until Biden’s inauguration. 

The company then passed the final decision on Trump’s suspension on to the statement that Trump’s suspension generated “strong global interest.” 

The board accepted the case in January and December this promised a “thorough and independent evaluation of the company make human decision “. Facebook asked the board: Did you make the right decision on January 1st? 7 to block Trump indefinitely

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