On Monday, The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect found itself on the wrong side of Facebook’s moderation system. The group had attempted to share a new study on Holocaust awareness in America — but while the post went through fine on Twitter, it was abruptly blocked by Facebook. The Center wrote back demanding an explanation, but received nothing in response.
After two days of silence from Facebook, the company publicly called out Facebook for the misstep. “You removed our post promoting the need for Holocaust Education for apparently violating community standards,” the Center wrote on Twitter Wednesday morning. “You haven’t given us a reason.”
The image attached to the post depicts a group of nude, emaciated children, which seems to…
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