Meta officials cite security concerns for not publishing comprehensive study on hate speech in India
Frames to Metaplatforms privately told rights groups that security concerns prevented them from releasing details of his hate speech investigation of his services in India, according to audio recordings heard by The Wall Street Journal.
Meta, Facebook’s parent company, in July released a four-page summary of a human rights impact assessment in India, its largest user market, where it was accused of failing to failed to properly monitor hate speech against religious minorities. India’s summary was part of the company’s first global human rights report. The 83-page global report presents the detailed results of some previous surveys; it only included general descriptions of its assessment of India, which disappointed some rights advocates.