Back in December, Facebook’s independent Oversight Board took on its first cases. Its decisions on these cases are now published.
Facebook has 30 days to fully consider and respond to the Board’s recommendations and policy advisory statements.
The company will take time to understand the impact of each decision and update each Newsroom post about each of the cases, explaining how it has considered each.
Some recommendations will be put through a policy development process, while others might take a lot longer than 30 days to fully analyze.
Any implementation is very important, as it affects other similar or identical cases as well. In any case, implementation will take time.
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