Étiquette : social media (Page 2 of 16)

How Some Conservatives Have Switched to Parler, Rumble and Newsmax

Parler is a Twitter-like app that describes itself as the world’s “premier free speech social network.”

“It might be too early to know whether a widespread, permanent shift away from major outlets will last, especially given the reach of Facebook, Twitter and Fox News. While conservative threats of mass migration away from mainstream apps and news have occurred periodically, people still seem to return to the biggest platforms. Ms. Zepeda, a longtime Facebook user, said she would keep her Facebook account to maintain access to the pictures she’s uploaded over the years. But she expects to drop the social network as a daily destination, joining one of the many Facebook groups that are planning a “Mass Exit off Facebook to Parler & MeWe,” scheduled for Friday. “I’m tired of the bias towards Democrats and liberals,” she said.”

Source : How Some Conservatives Have Switched to Parler, Rumble and Newsmax – The New York Times

“The hearing highlighted the partisan divisions over Silicon Valley’s recent crackdown on misinformation that have been evident throughout the election campaign, with Republicans accusing the companies of going too far in labeling or otherwise limiting the spread of falsehoods and Democrats demanding they do more, especially as Trump and his allies continue to use Twitter and Facebook to spread claims of election fraud without evidence.”

Source : Dorsey, Zuckerberg face senators in another tech hearing on how they handle disinformation – The Washington Post


“This isn’t to let social networks off the hook. Nor is it an effort to make the problem feel so complicated that everyone just throws their hands up and walks away from it. But I’m shocked at how appealing so many people find the idea that social networks are uniquely responsible for all of society’s ills. (The Social Dilemma has been among the 10 most watched programs on Netflix all week.) This cartoon super villain view of the world strikes me as a kind of mirror image of the right-wing conspiracy theories which hold that a cabal of elites are manipulating every world event in secret. It is more than a little ironic that a film that warns incessantly about platforms using misinformation to stoke fear and outrage seems to exist only to stoke fear and outrage — while promoting a distorted view of how those platforms work along the way.”

Source : What ‘The Social Dilemma’ misunderstands about social networks – The Verge

“Ce film a été réalisé dans le cadre du programme « Mon Œil ! ». En lien avec l’équipe enseignante et sur le temps scolaire, quatre ateliers de découverte et de réflexion permettent aux lycéens d’interroger les enjeux de création, diffusion, réception des images fixes et en mouvement autour d’une thématique, « Repenser l’histoire ». Dernier temps du programme, l’atelier de recherche et de création propose aux jeunes de participer collectivement à la conception et réalisation d’un projet avec un artiste invité.”

via Le bal : Révélation – La véritable identité des chats

Facebook removes pages tied to Steve Bannon for misinformation


“Facebook took down a widespread network of pages tied to President Trump’s former chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon for pushing misinformation about voter fraud and delegitimizing election results. Bannon’s page also incurred penalties, including not being allowed to post content, but was not removed from Facebook.
The seven pages, which had a total of over 2.45 million followers and had pushed the “Stop the Steal” messaging that alleges election fraud, were flagged for Facebook by the liberal group Avaaz on Friday night.”

Source : Facebook removes pages tied to Steve Bannon for misinformation – The Washington Post

Centre de sécurité – Ressources | TikTok

“We’re working diligently to protect the integrity of our platform as the election cycle continues. We’re removing election misinformation as it’s identified – proactively through automated technology and human investigations, and reactively via reports from our users and partners. This includes, for example, false claims about voter fraud. We continue to reduce discoverability of content that prematurely declares victory in a race, and we apply a banner on such content that directs users to the AP for official and real-time race results. We’re also redirecting searches for terms and hashtags related to misinformation to our Community Guidelines to help people understand what is and isn’t allowed on TikTok.”

Source : Centre de sécurité – Ressources | TikTok


“Le code pénal prévoit diverses dispositions sanctionnant la publication et la diffusion de la photo montrant la dépouille décapitée de Samuel Paty. Y compris lorsqu’il ne s’agit pas d’une apologie du terrorisme.”
Article 421-2-5 : le fait de provoquer directement à des actes de terrorisme ou de faire publiquement l’apologie de ces actes
Article 222-33-3 : le fait de diffuser l’enregistrement [d’images de torture, de barbarie, de mutilation ou de meurtre…
Article 225-17 : toute atteinte à l’intégrité d’un cadavre, par quelque moyen que ce soit
Article 227-24 : message à caractère violent, incitant au terrorisme, pornographique ou de nature à porter gravement atteinte à la dignité humaine ou à inciter des mineurs à se livrer à des jeux les mettant physiquement en danger… »

Source : Que risque-t-on à diffuser la photo de Samuel Paty, professeur assassiné à Conflans ?


“Face à un journaliste en train de les filmer, des policiers pourraient présumer que ses images sont diffusées en direct dans le but de leur nuire et pourront alors procéder à son arrestation en flagrant délit pour qu’il soit poursuivi. Même à considérer que le risque de condamnation est faible, le journaliste aura été arrêté et empêché de couvrir les événements.”

Source : Interdiction de diffuser des images de policiers dans l’intention de nuire : en l’état, un texte dangereux pour la liberté de la presse | RSF


« Est puni d’un an d’emprisonnement et de 45 000 euros d’amende le fait de diffuser, par quelque moyen que ce soit et quel qu’en soit le support, dans le but qu’il soit porté atteinte à son intégrité physique ou psychique, l’image du visage ou tout autre élément d’identification d’un fonctionnaire de la police nationale ou d’un militaire de la gendarmerie nationale lorsqu’il agit dans le cadre d’une opération de police ».

via Assemblee-nationale.fr

“On Friday, Mr Trump posted on Facebook and Twitter that he would respond to violent protests with military force, saying: “When the looting starts, the shooting starts.” While Twitter slapped a warning on the post and hid it from view for “glorifying violence”, Facebook left the message intact. Over the weekend, Facebook employees contrasted their company’s stance unfavourably with Twitter’s, which last week also labelled two of Mr Trump’s other tweets as potentially misleading.”

Source : Facebook employees revolt over Zuckerberg’s stance on Trump | Financial Times

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