Facebook Inc (FB.O) will make changes to better prevent users who have had their organization’s pages removed for violating its rules from using duplicate pages to continue the same activity, it said on Wednesday.
The changes, aimed at further cracking down on content counting hate speech, graphic violence and harassment and bullying, will take effect in the next few weeks, the social networking giant said.
The Menlo Park, California-based company said managers of pages will see a new tab from Thursday informing them of Facebook removing content that violates its community standards policies.
Facebook, (NASDAQ: FB) was trading -34.00% away from its yearly high level, during the last trading session. The last session’s volume was 20,248,281 compared to its average daily volume of 26.70M shares. The company has its outstanding shares of 2.84B. The Technologystock showed a change of -2.67% from opening and finally closed at $144.30 by scoring -2.22%.