The social network has contacted academics to create a group to advise it on thorny election-related decisions, said people with knowledge of the matter.
Alan Rusbridger led The Guardian through the Snowden revelations and WikiLeaks. Now, he’s on the Facebook Oversight Board. He tells Kara how the Trump decision went down.
What does the decision about the barring of former President Donald Trump tell us about the platform’s oversight board?
The veteran Republlican pollster has never felt so gloomy.
The company tried to punt its Trump dilemma to a panel of experts. On Wednesday, the experts punted back.
Nick Clegg, a former deputy prime minister, has shaped the company’s handling of Donald Trump at every turn.
What happens on Facebook has such big consequences, its quasi-independent Oversight Board can only do so much.
Wednesday’s ruling throws the fate of the former president back to Mark Zuckerberg — exactly what he doesn’t want.
A company-appointed panel ruled that the ban was justified at the time but added that the company should reassess its action and make a final decision in six months.
The New York Post has complained that Facebook is blocking and downplaying its stories. But the platform doesn’t pay any special deference to journalists.
The questions are bigger than whether Trump should have been suspended.
The first decisions from the new Oversight Board have been issued. The results are underwhelming.
The online broker raised $1 billion to prop itself up. Overcoming customer anger may be harder.