Facebook plans to end its controversial policy that mostly shields politicians from the content moderation rules that apply to other users, a sharp reversal that could have global ramifications for how elected officials use the social network
The Oversight Board last month made 17 recommendations, based on the six cases, for Facebook to improve its content moderation.
The two Trump posts in question include the one-minute video he posted to his account on January 6 as rioters were still present in the Capitol and backup law enforcement personnel were en route.
A decision by the board on this case will be binding on Facebook, and determine whether Trump's suspension from access to Facebook and Instagram for an indefinite amount of time is overturned.
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