Facebook defends Myanmar hate speech - as it got lots of 'likes'
Despite being sued for $150bn for platforming genocidal banter, the social media giant insisted that extra judicial killing was not against their policy. Sadly, over 700,000 Rohingya were displaced in 2017 and forced at gun point to join MySpace.
The Facebook algorithm is notorious for elevating controversy and ignoring your Aunt's update on her holiday on the Isle of Wight. A lawyer explained: 'If it was so bad, why were all those soldiers spamming the like button? Not one of the murder victims updated their status with a sad face emoji.'
Asked if they thought it mattered if they had emboldened the slaughter, one employee said: 'Matter? I think you'll find its pronounced 'Meta''.
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