Facebook declared Thursday that it is making a freewheeling panel for making potential model call settings based on what the content can be picked from the social network.

The announcement  has been reported from the tech giant Facebook as it has prepared to reshuffle its system for quick detecting “hate speech”, as well as controversial posts which violates the rules of social community  as this leading social network has to face warning and pressure from the regulators of the various country and the activist individuals to uproot the offensive and controversial content.

Chief executive of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg said in a media conference, “ I have come to believe that we shouldn’t be making so many decisions about free expression and safety on our own”.

The espionage of contents by the specific AI (artificial intelligence)software or report on abusive contents by the users is recently analysed by the internal system which Facebook has implemented.

According to Zuckerberg, an independent panel will be appointed in the coming year which will play the role as a “higher court” reviewing the appeals of content removal decisions made by the social network.

According to the executives, Facebook is planning to start publishing content removal summaries with earnings reports.

Zuckerberg said, “We have made progress getting hate, bullying and terrorism off our network. It’s about finding the right balance between giving people a voice and keeping people safe.

According to Zuckerberg, Facebook confronted by the social network of California include the issue that people shows interest naturally on the more sensational contents which violets the edge of the regulation of the Facebook policies and this violation are harmful to the civilized community.

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