The social networking platforms owned by Facebook and Instagram took action against a total of 2.7 posts on the social media platforms in July, according to its monthly report. The company, which is an intermediary under the IT Code, has removed 1.73 spam posts and 23,000 posts with graphic and violent content, as part of its efforts to comply with government regulations on social media platforms. Meta also publishes details of actions taken on complaints under the claims resolution mechanism, saying it has responded to 100% of user reports.
In it monthly report according to the IT Code (Intermediary Principles and Code of Ethics for Digital Media), 2021, published on Wednesday, Meta revealed that the company deleted 2.5 posts on Facebookand 20,000 posts on Instagram in July. The company publishes regular reports on actions taken on content over the past month.
According to Meta’s latest report, the company has removed 1.73 cases of spam on Facebook, with a “proactive rate” of 99.6%. In addition to taking action against spam, 1.1 thousand posts related to hate speech, 230,000 posts related to violent and objectionable content, 270,000 posts related to nudity and sexual content. was removed from the platform with active detection rates of 99.9 and 99.4%. , corresponding.
The company says more than 9,000 Instagram posts are related to suicide and self-injury, while more than 22,000 are hate speech and 3.7k are related to nudity and content. sex has been removed from the photo and video sharing service. Active detection rates for these types of content are 99.5%, 77.4%, and 96%, respectively.
In accordance with the IT Code, Meta’s social media platforms are expected to respond to user complaints through a complaint resolution mechanism. The company said that it received 626 and 1033 reports from users on Facebook and Instagram, respectively, and stated that it has responded to all user reports.
On Facebook’s part, the company resolved issues for 603 reports by providing appropriate tools, taking action on nine of the remaining 23 complaints based on company policies.
Meanwhile, on Instagram, the company said it had resolved the issue for users in 945 cases with the help of the necessary tools, while action was taken on 35 of the 88 remaining reports. again, according to Meta. The company said it expected to publish the next edition of the report with a delay of 30 to 45 days after the reporting period.