Facebook’s list of ‘dangerous people and organizations’ leaked

Facebook bars more than 4000 people and groups the company considers dangerous, including white supremacists, militarized social movements and alleged terrorists.

Facebook has banned almost 1,000 groups on a leaked private list of ‘Militarised’ social movements, which are further part of the “dangerous individuals and organisations” (DIO) list prepared by the social network.

The Intercept on Tuesday published a leaked list of dangerous individuals and organization that Facebook doesn’t allow on its platform, providing a glimpse into how the social network moderates content that could lead to violence offline.

More than half of the list consists of alleged foreign terrorists that are predominately Middle Eastern, South Asian and Muslim. Experts told The Intercept that the list, as well as Facebook’s policy, suggest the company places harsher restrictions on marginalized groups.

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