Post Cambridge Analytica controversy – Facebook turned down fake accounts and millions of posts

In response to the recent controversies of a data leak, Facebook took several actions by turning down fake accounts and millions of posts. Facebook said it has removed more than half billion fake accounts and millions of posts of nasty content from the start of 2018. Also, the company has promised to improve transparency with the users.
The world’s largest social media site which uses the artificial-intelligence for fighting with offensive content is facing cleaning up.
Mark Zuckerberg the chief executive of Facebook said in a post that people safety and privacy are his priorities, to develop new ways to the community for governance and make it accountable. For developing this it will take a lot of efforts, but they are ready to do.
Facebook is removing the content based on the sex, nudity. However, normal users have not noticed any changes as they are minor changes. Facebook generates the report claims that it has decided to update twice a year. The company has hired 10,000 human moderators working continuously to remove these data from the site.
Facebook’s huge investment in AI suggests it will not tolerate content on nudity, sex, and presence of any objectionable content. The company claimed that more than 96 percent of posts featuring these nasty content has removed from the site and other related content including terrorism has been flagged.
Facebook’s high development in changing their privacy policies fulfilling regulation of the European privacy policies and of other countries.
Facebook has requested British lawmaker to testify their case into the Cambridge Analytica’s case. The case has filed due to political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica has accessed data of more than 87 million users during the election campaign of President Trump.
Earlier, the British Lawmakers indicated that they will sue the social media giant formally and force Mark Zuckerberg to be present in front of the committee in Parliament. EU’s regulatory body is willing to hear some answers from Mark Zuckerberg regarding the case and their recent actions.