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Facebook will adopt new policies to address harassment targeting public figures
Facebook will expand its current harassment policies to further protect users from abuse and harmful content on the platform.
On Wednesday, the company announced it would ban content that degrades or sexualizes public figures, such as elected officials, celebrities, activists, and journalists. This builds on the company's current policies that exist to protect ordinary users in the same way.
Facebook said in its announcement that it would remove "severe sexualizing content" and some other types of content used to sexually harass these public figures.
The company said, "Because what is 'unwanted' can be subjective, we'll rely on additional context from the individual experiencing the abuse to take action. We made these changes because attacks like these can weaponize a …
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