In a company blog post, Facebook released a draft charter for how the company will address content decisions. After establishing a vision for how people could appeal content decisions to an independent body, the company has begun imagining how content will be governed and enforced and what an independent board would reflect. “As we build out the board we want to make sure it is able to render independent judgment, is transparent and respects privacy,” Facebook Vice President of Global Affairs and Communications Nick Clegg wrote. Editor's Note: Readers can subscribe to the IAPP's Content Moderation Digest here.
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