Only there is a piece of news from coming from the internet world as the social media platform provider tech company matter is in the news regarding its platforms Facebook and WhatsApp as the social media platforms are under the risk of human right violations because of the third-party action on the platform the Facebook is a branch of the tech giant Meta HRIA that is involved in taking interviews of more than 40 civil societies stakeholders academics and journalists. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Gently the Facebook and WhatsApp parent meta is facing this human rights problem with its platform in India and many countries as this is the result of the third party that place as the human rights report of social media and delivers the impact of these social media platforms on the human moral and rights as the social media giant has said in an independent human right impact assessment HRIA, the Meta has found that in 2019 these platforms are under the risk as this project is undertaken by the law firm Foley Hoag that gives the report of research and analysis of human right impact.
These risks that HRIA has introduced after the detailed analysis of the market by taking interviews and asking questions to the journalists, stakeholders, academics and individual interviews of users assessors have found that the third-party risks involve restriction of freedom of expression and information, third-party advocacy of hatred that incites hostility, discrimination, violence, right to non-discrimination, as well as the violence of human rights and privacy and also the security of a person as all these are the risks that our came after the market analysis and interviewing the experts in the market.
According to the reports, Meta is found to face criticism and potential risk over reputation that is related to the hateful or discriminatory speech by the users the assessment also found a difference between the viewpoint of the stakeholders and company policy. The difference between the company policy and user understanding is the education, difference in reporting and reviewing content, and the challenges of enforcing content policy across different languages and content moderation.
For now, according to the reports the assessor of the team did not reach any conclusion so far that such kind of report claims exist or not and as this project was launched in March 2020 and a period has gone through Covid 19 pandemics as the research and content and by June 30, 2021, this is also said that the assessment of the risks of human rights is done without the influence of meta or any kind of dependency over the company and perform independently without any biased viewpoint.