Facebook at the present time has been building a community of users making videos and content creation as diverse as YouTube, on the fierce competition of each other becoming the world's largest video social network. However, if YouTube has been vehemently condemned for the behavior of indifferent to bad content, Facebook is no less competitive, still relaxed for offensive videos that do not fit into its own community standards. fabricate.
Recently, Facebook netizens suddenly boiled out when finding videos from fanpage Q.C., carrying obscene, malicious content and not suitable for small ages:
Offensive videos attract lots of views and sharing.
Content that many people consider is ridiculous, is boyish and cannot be tolerated.
The videos above were posted two months ago, all attracting over 10 million views but are being "dug" again and fiercely criticized for the content of pulling, offensive and somewhat malicious. Most comments expressed concern when young users are free to look and share these videos.
Facebook accidentally forgot or deliberately "released the door"?
According to community standards set by Facebook itself, all content related to sex / sexual orientation is subject to strict control and is easily banned by many detailed terms. In particular, acts of posting content such as sexual harassment and sexual harassment at any age – regardless of adult / child, intentional settlement or improvisation – are prohibited. These rules can be found in Clauses 7, 8, 13 and 14.
Fanpage Q.C. currently has more than 1 million followers on Facebook, founded by the same name owner with the main purpose of posting livestream videos, sometimes with vlogs every day. It can be seen that 2 vlogs performed with the above "granddaughter" have violated the rules set by Facebook but still have peace of mind after more than 2 months of posting, even attracting many viewers. Although some people think that it is a scenario that is arranged from the beginning rather than deliberately harassed, this is still considered a bad, malicious content and not suitable for the psychological orientation for young audiences. If these contents continue to be spread naturally and freely, the consequences will be immeasurable for the community and society.
Noticeably, users also accused Facebook of deliberately reducing the amount of interaction, accessing pages that do not run ads. Meanwhile, those pages with malicious content but running ads like this are blatantly active for years without being handled.
Is Facebook really the ideal place to make a clean, serious video platform?
Not hard to understand when this is making many social network users doubt the quality of censoring Facebook content. Just like YouTube before, "Wanderer" channels like Pretty Look are all free to play, reaching the Golden button as many other genuine clean YouTuber. Only when the regional community resented with the intervention of the authorities, the existence of these bad contents was removed, even though the seed was still waiting to rise up.
The fact that Facebook let the videos of Q.C. Free existence so far is also considered to be a loosening of regulation, not closely related to its own content standards. This makes us ask the question: "Does Facebook accidentally ignore the case, or are they deliberately indifferent to allow offensive videos to exist because they attract, sentences pull many views and interact for their platform, despite violations ? "