Or you can tell your mother that you hope her son is raped and not kicked out of the world's most popular social media platform. Or you can tell a mother whose 5-year-old daughter has died that "if your children continue to die, it's God who tries to say you don't deserve them."
You can write to this mother: “F ** k you c ** t. are you still c ** t dead? fingers crossed. you spit on c ** such as you. c c dog. you die c ** t. you piece of sh * tc ** t dog. You are ignorant dumb dogs. Die c ** t. "
You can still stay on Facebook.
These are the findings of a six-month CNN harassment and harassment investigation that parents, doctors, and others who advocate for Facebook vaccination have faced.
Facebook says the platform is conducting its own investigation following CNN findings.
Facebook: We do not tolerate harassment and harassment
The CNN investigation questioned these allegations. Our investigation found that Facebook sometimes allows users stay on his platform, even when repeatedly violate Facebook's standards for harassment and harassment and verbally abuse others in the most hateful and violent ways.
For example, a woman who received a message calling her the n-word and telling her to cut her wrists, reported the message on Facebook. Facebook has determined that the message violates its community standards and that the sender is a repeat offender – but the sender was still allowed to remain on the platform until CNN began to ask questions.
"Facebook likes to call itself a community, and if they want to keep that promise they should try to protect people from things at the bare minimum" 19659002] Zuckerberg says his company needs to do more.
"I was scared"
Odom, who received the n-word message, agreed.
Odom, a mother of three young children in Austin, Texas , urged others on Facebook to get vaccinated to help protect people like her brother, who has Crohn's disease and can't get certain immunizations.
She ght she was used to attacks against vaxxer, but in April Odom logged into Facebook Messenger and read a message that made her physically ill.
"Can we immunize babies [sic] from becoming ignorant n ** *** like you?" "a user writes to her, spelling the n-word." You uneducated twice, here's something you need to learn … How to cut those wrists properly. Kill yourself, kill your kids, kill your parents, kill everyone. "
Then the user gave illustrated instructions for how
" I didn't know if it was a threat. I was scared, "Odom said." I called my husband and sent him a screenshot and he was scared too. "
Odom immediately reported the message to Facebook. According to Facebook, not only did the message violate Facebook standards, but the user was violated Facebook standards, according to a Facebook spokesman.
User Penalty: For 30 days, she was not allowed to send messages to Messenger, according to a Facebook spokesperson, otherwise she was allowed to continue to participate in and post to Facebook as usual.
Odom said she was "fired up" by Face
"Calling someone a horrible racial slur and telling them to kill is
In August, four months after Odom reported the message, CNN sent it to Facebook and asked why the user had not been removed by Facebook removed its user profile in September.
"We further investigated the account and decided that the account needed to be acted upon," a CNN spokesman wrote in response.
The spokesman did not explain why Facebook did not remove the user himself. The spokesman, who spoke on condition of anonymity, declined to make available to the Facebook manager an interview for the story.
With the permission of the recipients, CNN sent 65 pieces of content to the spokesperson that vaccine advocates said they found offensive, including publications and comments and direct messages.
Facebook removed only one user – the one who wrote the message to Odom. Other users remain on the platform, even though they have violated Facebook standards.
With the permission of the recipients, CNN sends the 39 pieces content to ethics, lawyers and social media experts.
Maranz, the author of the book, recalled a famous saying by Zuckerberg.
" If they don't cross the line of citizenship, what does it do? "
When CNN asked why Facebook was removing only one of the 31 users from the platform, the spokesman gave two answers.
The spokesman did not explain how Facebook was able to identify the person who sent the message to Odom, but not to other users.
The spokesman also did not explain why they could not identify users, but CNN identities most of them using screenshot information such as names, profile pictures, place of employment, and schools attended.
Second, the spokesman noted that Facebook generally does not remove anyone for any violation of the standards of harassment and harassment. Instead, multiple violations or strikes are required.
In addition to the user who sent the message to Odom, the CNN investigation found at least two users who claimed to have violated Facebook
One user told CNN that he had been in "Facebook's prison" seven times, and another said that she had been similarly punished on Facebook "quite often."
When CNN indicated that these two users were still on Facebook, although it seemed a lot of blows, the spokesman replied that Facebook would launch an "in-depth investigation" of users who wrote the infringing content.
Ethicists question why Facebook did not "remove the users who have committed some of the most gross abuses – especially those who promote violence.
Cowfield and Kaplan, an ethicist at NYU, said it was especially important for Facebook to be strict on abuses by anti-vaxxers as they could intimidate users who publish facts about vaccines.
"The space of the vaccine is extremely sensitive in this highly vulnerable life – newborns, cancer patients and those with immune diseases – hang. on balance, "Kaplan wrote in an email to CNN." Facebook should have no tolerance or place for anti-vaxx jealousy and hooks. They should be monitored or reported, verified and then blocked and pronto banned. Public health should end vaccine misinformation and threatening behavior. " This year, Facebook took steps to reduce the impact of anti-vaccine The platform announced in March that it would begin to lower the ranking of groups and pages that spread such misinformation in its News Feed and Search options, and in September Facebook announced that educational pop-ups would emerge. social media platforms when a user searches for vaccine-related content, visits vaccine-related Facebook groups and pages, or touches a hashtag vaccine on Instagram.
The Difficulty of Detecting Harassment
But Facebook has had much less success in detecting harassment and harassment.
The problem is that although the algorithm for detecting nudity is relatively easy, it is much more difficult to detect when someone is harassed online, since there are subtleties involved in speech recognition than speech that does not violates community guidelines.
Facebook says because it's difficult to detect harassment, they have to rely on users who report abuse.
"When it comes to harassment and harassment, context really matters," the spokesman added. " is to tell the difference between harassment and levity a lazy joke without knowing the people involved or the nuance of the situation. That's why we rely heavily on reports – if you or someone you know is bullied or harassed, we encourage you to report it. "
A recent Facebook report came to the same conclusion.
Relying on mourning mothers
While Facebook urges users to report abuse, Catherine Hughes says, that she just couldn't.
Hughes' 1-month-old son, Riley, died of a whooping cough. has others get vaccinated to protect babies like Riley, who are too young to receive all their photos.
Hughes estimates that since her son died in 2015, she and her husband have received thousands of abuse In Facebook posts and comments, it estimates that about half of them are from users in the United States.
They are called baby killers. It's called whore and worse. They were told to kill themselves. They received death threats.
Comments continued to roll even on the day of her son's funeral.
"These messages, while we were at Riley's funeral, particularly kicked us in the gut. You are having the worst day of your life and they thought their beliefs were more important than basic human ethics, "she said.
"Co. and when it comes to the culture of bullying, you can't just leave it to the victims – the offended parents – to do the work to eliminate this abhorrent behavior, "said Hughes." Facebook has done incredible things. They are so forward thinking. Why can't they to invent the technology and algorithm to find a solution to this problem? "
Serres Marota agrees,
Her 5-year-old son Joseph died of the flu in 2009. After calling on others to get the flu vaccine, Marot was attacked by anti -Vackers. She was called obscene names and a user sent a death threat. Like Hughes, she does not report comments and messages.
Маранц, авторът на книгата, е съгласен.
" Ако тези хора са предполага се, че са най-добрите компютърни инженери в целия свят и те не могат да напишат програма, която залага на коментар, който казва на някой да се самоубие и да я нарече n-думата – това ми се струва неправдоподобно, "казва той.  Marantz каза, тъй като платформата използва съкращаване на данни и алгоритми за насочване на рекл ми към потребителите, те трябва да използват същите инструменти за защита на потребителите, вместо да разчитат на потребителите да докладват, когато те са тормозени.
"Това наистина отнема много на chutzpah и жертви, които обвиняват, че твърдят, че тенусът трябва да бъде върху жертвите, "каза той.
Предложения за Facebook
Когато CNN представи тази критика на вниманието на Facebook, говорителят изпрати коментар по имейл.
„Искаме членовете на нашата общност да се чувстват сигурни и уважавани по отношение на Фа cebook и ще премахне материал, който изглежда целенасочено е насочен към частни лица с намерение да ги унизи или срамува. Опитваме се да дадем възможност на нашите потребители с контроли, като например да блокираме други потребители и да модерираме коментари, така че те да ограничат излагането им на нежелано, обидно или обидно съдържание. Ние също така насърчаваме хората да съобщават за поведението на тормоз в нашата платформа, така че да можем да прегледаме съдържанието и да предприемем правилни действия ", пише говорителят.
Преди година Facebook въведе „нови инструменти и програми, т ака че хората да могат по-добре да контролират нежелани, обидни или обидни преживявания. във Facebook, "включително възможността да се съобщава, когато приятел или член на семейството е възможно да бъдат тормозени или тормозени.
" Веднъж съобщени, екипът ни за общностни операции ще прегледа публикацията, ще запази анонимността на вашия доклад и ще определи дали той нарушава нашата общност Стандарти ", пише в публикацията Antigone Davis, глобален ръководител на безопасността на Facebook.
Facebook преглежда повече от два милиона парчета съдържание y, според говорителя на Facebook.
Говорителят повтори техническите предизвикателства при откриването на тормоз, преди да бъде съобщено, тъй като тормозният пост и безобидният пост могат да съдържат подобен език.
Каулфийлд, експертът в областта на здравеопазването и политиката, каза няма съмнение, че има технически предизвикателства за полицейските тормози, още повече, че Facebook има толкова голям обем съдържание.
„Има проблем със ресурсите и управлението на Facebook със сигурност“, каза той. "Но като се има предвид къде сме в културен план, в тази ера на неистини и дезинформация, смятането се промени и трябва да започнем да бъдем по-агресивни при наблюдението на тези платформи. Мисля, че са необходими по-ясни правила и по-ясни действия."
Трима експерти имат предложения за това как Facebook може да преодолее техническите предизвикателства за откриване на тормоз.
Маранц, авторът на книгата, заяви, че повече човешки очи, които гледат на съдържанието, могат да изминат дълъг път към решаване на проблемите на тормоза.  "Утре, чрез фиат, Марк Зукърбърг може да направи Facebook малко по-малко печеливш и изключително по-малко аморален: Той може да наеме хиляди повече модератори на съдържание и да ги заплати справедливо", пише Маранц в скорошно мнение на New York Times.