The Oversight Board of Facebook has delayed its decision on Trump’s suspension
Facebook Board of Directors has delayed his decision on whether to reinstate former President Donald Trump on his Facebook and Instagram accounts. Judgment is expected within 90 days from Facebook refer the matter to the agency (in other words, by April 21). The committee will make a decision in the coming weeks and will have much to share in the near future.
The Oversight Board has appealed the decision after a review of more than 9,000 comments. It extended the deadline for comment. “The Board’s commitment to a thorough review of all comments on the extension of the trial period, in accordance with Board rules,” it wrote. on Twitter.
Facebook initially shut down Trump out of his accounts For 24 hours for violating the law by the time of January 6th Capitol Hill. After that extended the ban indefinitely. Although the company also claims that the suspension of Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts was a fitting tribute, given the importance of the election, it filed a lawsuit against the Oversight Board.
Once the board makes a decision, Facebook will have a week to do so. It will also have 30 days for public comment if the organization submits its comments.
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