"Let Palestine Speak" a protest campaign against "Meta" censorship of Palestinian content

"Let Palestine Speak" a protest campaign against "Meta" censorship of Palestinian content Local, regional and international civil society organizations launched a wide campaign on social media to demand that Meta Company stop imposing its censorship on Palestinians on its platforms.  Hamleh-The Arab Center for Social Media Development, in cooperation with a group of local, regional and international civil society organizations, launched a wide campaign on social media to demand the Meta Company stop imposing its censorship on Palestinians through its various platforms.  The campaign came against the background of the recent report issued by the global network "Business for Social Responsibility" known as "BSR", and the campaign includes sending emails to executives of Meta Company (Facebook).  The BSR Network released a Human Rights Due Diligence Report on the Meta Monuments in Israel and Palestine during the May 2021 flashpoint, which confirmed the claims that digital rights organizations have been making for years.  The report provides evidence of Meta's bias against Palestinian content through its excessive censorship and management of Arabic content compared to Hebrew content, as the company does not exercise the required censorship over content published in Hebrew.  The report refers to the negative effects on human rights and the right of Palestinians to freedom of opinion and expression, and their right to assembly, organization, political participation and non-discrimination.  The report recommended a number of recommendations, including reassessing content management policies, providing and taking substantial measures to increase transparency around content management practices and policies, investing in more accurate resources to oversee content in Hebrew and Arabic, in addition to the need to continue creating mechanisms to better guide potentially infringing Arabic content according to dialect. and the region, and to provide greater clarity about their legal obligations in relation to dangerous organizations and individuals.  The campaign comes according to "Campaign" in order to pressure the company to implement the recommendations of the report within a clear and announced timetable, and also called for full transparency regarding the requests submitted by both the Israeli government and the Israeli cyber unit, including Meta (Facebook)'s response to these requests. and provide greater clarity about their legal obligations in relation to dangerous organizations and individuals.  Many local, regional and international human rights organizations participate in this campaign. Nadim Nashef, Director-General of the Hamleh Center, says: “We are launching a campaign entitled “Meta, Let Palestine Speak” to urge Meta and her call for adherence to international human rights law and business principles to end deliberate censorship against Palestinians, and thus a commitment to implement the recommendations contained in the report within an action plan and time frame. Clear.

Local, regional and international civil society organizations launched a wide campaign on social media to demand that Meta Company stop imposing its censorship on Palestinians on its platforms.

Hamleh-The Arab Center for Social Media Development, in cooperation with a group of local, regional and international civil society organizations, launched a wide campaign on social media to demand the Meta Company stop imposing its censorship on Palestinians through its various platforms.

The campaign came against the background of the recent report issued by the global network "Business for Social Responsibility" known as "BSR", and the campaign includes sending emails to executives of Meta Company (Facebook).

The BSR Network released a Human Rights Due Diligence Report on the Meta Monuments in Israel and Palestine during the May 2021 flashpoint, which confirmed the claims that digital rights organizations have been making for years.

The report provides evidence of Meta's bias against Palestinian content through its excessive censorship and management of Arabic content compared to Hebrew content, as the company does not exercise the required censorship over content published in Hebrew.

The report refers to the negative effects on human rights and the right of Palestinians to freedom of opinion and expression, and their right to assembly, organization, political participation and non-discrimination.

The report recommended a number of recommendations, including reassessing content management policies, providing and taking substantial measures to increase transparency around content management practices and policies, investing in more accurate resources to oversee content in Hebrew and Arabic, in addition to the need to continue creating mechanisms to better guide potentially infringing Arabic content according to dialect. and the region, and to provide greater clarity about their legal obligations in relation to dangerous organizations and individuals.

The campaign comes according to "Campaign" in order to pressure the company to implement the recommendations of the report within a clear and announced timetable, and also called for full transparency regarding the requests submitted by both the Israeli government and the Israeli cyber unit, including Meta (Facebook)'s response to these requests. and provide greater clarity about their legal obligations in relation to dangerous organizations and individuals.

Many local, regional and international human rights organizations participate in this campaign. Nadim Nashef, Director-General of the Hamleh Center, says: “We are launching a campaign entitled “Meta, Let Palestine Speak” to urge Meta and her call for adherence to international human rights law and business principles to end deliberate censorship against Palestinians, and thus a commitment to implement the recommendations contained in the report within an action plan and time frame. Clear.
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