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Ken’s letter to Mark Zuckerberg regarding Facebook enabling of incitement against Jews

By on October 14, 2016 in Ken's editorials with 0 Comments
Ken’s letter to Mark Zuckerberg regarding Facebook enabling of incitement against Jews

On September 18, 2016 STW founder and president Kenneth Abramowitz FedExed a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, to advise him of our latest report, documenting how his site — in violation of its ethical policies — allows mass incitement of terrorism against Jews.

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Did Facebook’s continued enabling of anti-Semitic terror-incitement groups result in recent attacks?

By on September 26, 2016 in Jon Sutz with 0 Comments
Did Facebook’s continued enabling of anti-Semitic terror-incitement groups result in recent attacks?

An update to our recent report, documenting evidence that raise legitimate questions about the practical result of Facebook enabling notorious anti-Semitic terror inciters to continue using the site.

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Why does Facebook enable Palestinians to incite & glorify anti-Semitic terrorism, but bans users who don’t? [UPDATED]

By on September 14, 2016 in Islamist terror, Jon Sutz, Special Reports with 0 Comments
Why does Facebook enable Palestinians to incite & glorify anti-Semitic terrorism, but bans users who don’t? [UPDATED]

This special report documents the fact that Facebook knowingly, willfully enables Palestinian users to egregiously violate its ethical policies — specifically, in the context of inciting, glorifying and justifying terrorism against Jews — while banning users who merely voice opinions on terrorism-related matters.

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