PHOTO: Stickers bearing the Facebook logo is image at the developers Conference of Facebook Inc F8 in San Jose, California, USA, Apr. 30, 2019. REUTERS/Stephen Lin
(Reuters)-Facebook Inc. (Fb. O) says it will remove the process and other manipulations videos from its background if they have been modified, but not content that is parody or satire, in a move aimed at misinformation before the U.S. presidential election.
The social media giant will also remove misleading media if it is a result of such technology as who that “merges, replaces or stacks content on a video, makes it appear to be authenticated”, it says in a blogpost Here On January 6.
Last year, Facebook refused to remove a video editing so much that trying to make the American speaker Nancy Pelosi seemed uncontacted by the slurring of his speech and made it appear as she was constantly stumbling over her words.
“This policy does not extend to content that is parody or satire, or the video has been modified only to ignore or change the order of words,” Facebook said.
The company did not respond immediately to questions about how to determine what was parody or whether it would want to remove the video Pelosi under the new policy.
Facebook has been criticized for its content policies by authorities from around the spectrum. Democrats have blasted the company for declining reality-examining political ads, while Republicans have alleged it discriminated against conservative perspectives,…