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The other major announcement: an independent oversight body to review appeals for content removals

The other major announcement: an independent oversight body to review appeals for content removals. Zuckerberg first discussed the idea of a “Facebook Supreme Court” with Ezra Klein in April; I wrote about why such a body was necessary in this space in August, during the Alex Jones imbroglio. I asked Zuckerberg today whether he thought the body should publish its opinions, creating a kind of case law; he told me that he did. The body won’t be up and running until the end of 2019 at the earliest, but when it arrives we can expect a growing body of social network jurisprudence, and it’s going to be fascinating to watch. — https://www.theverge.com/2018/11/16/18097833/facebook-definers-scandal-washington-recap
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