"While I understand why we chose to stay squarely within the four corners of our violence and incitement policy, I think it would have been right for us to make a "spirit of the policy" exception that took more context into account", he wrote. Zhu encouraged others who work for Facebook's apps to join her and "organize", while also sharing a screenshot of her paid time off status including the description #BlackLivesMatter.
Zuckerberg has reportedly responded to the employees' protest by moving his weekly meeting to Tuesday instead of Thursday and encouraging them to question him directly about his choices. "As we face additional hard decisions around content ahead, we'll continue seeking their honest feedback", a spokesperson said.
Twitter, in contrast, put a warning label on a tweet in which the president said the same thing, saying it violated rules against glorifying violence.
Zuckerberg authored a lengthy Facebook post Friday, saying he had a "visceral negative reaction to this kind of divisive and inflammatory rhetoric", but said he is responsible for reacting "as the leader of an institution committed to free expression".
Some Facebook employees are slamming the social network for not following Twitter's example in flagging posts from President Trump.
"Facebook's inaction in taking down Trump's post inciting violence makes me ashamed to work here", Lauren Tan, a software engineer wrote. I categorically disagree with any policy that does otherwise. "There isn't a neutral position on racism". "But giving a platform to incite violence and spread disinformation is unacceptable, regardless who you are or if it's newsworthy", wrote Andrew Crow of Facebook's Portal product line.
Late Sunday, Zuckerberg again posted on Facebook, pledging a $10 million donation to racial justice groups. Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post on Monday that the company would contribute an additional $10 million to social justice causes.
Facebook has been reluctant to limit posts by Trump that Twitter has taken action against.
The blue exclamation mark notification on May 26 prompted readers to "get the facts about mail-in ballots", and directed them to a page with news articles and information about the claims aggregated by Twitter staffers. "We remove content, disable accounts, and work with law enforcement when we believe there is a genuine risk of physical harm or direct threats to public safety".
Tensions between social media platform Twitter and President Donald Trump escalated today...
"Any difficulty and we will assume control but, when the looting starts, the shooting starts", continued Trump.
While Facebook's 48,000 employees often debate policies and actions within the company, it is unusual for staff to take that criticism public. Trump retaliated by signing an executive order that attempts to strip online platforms of long-held legal protections.
The list will be expanded on July 1 to include other countries, Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis said. Mr Theoharis said; "We are opening up, but at the same time we are closely monitoring the situation".
The rocket was created to be reusable, so SpaceX can launch and land it several times, not unlike a commercial airplane. NASA's livestream recorded the explosive moment during tests created to rush the 394ft metal rocket into flight.
There are 342 active cases and 921 that have successfully recovered. 156 patients were hospitalized with COVID-19. Woodstock's 60098 zip code continues to have the highest number of positive cases in McHenry County with 278.
After a three-year stint in the Canadian Football League and a two-year service in the Army, Dye went into coaching. Dye led Auburn to a 99-39-4 overall record and four SEC championships over 12 seasons as head coach from 1981-92.
The 26-year-old had earlier on New Years's Eve announced his engagement on social media and that set social media abuzz. Yesterday, he announced his marriage with fiance and that the couple is expecting their first child together.
He said the federal government continues to work with their provincial counterparts to offer more support to municipalities. Cities struggling to make ends meet during the COVID-19 pandemic are getting a cash advance from the federal government.
Province to provide update on COVID-19 response
Outbreaks linked to social gatherings are not unexpected now that some restrictions are being relaxed, she said. Deena Hinshaw says numerous new cases, upwards of ten, can be traced back to two private family gatherings.
Justyn Ross ruled out for season with upcoming surgery
If there is a college football season in the fall, Clemson's potential first-round draft choice Justyn Ross won't be part of it. Swinney said that Ross feels fine now but it is a condition that would show up more as he plays a game like football.