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Facebook Says Posts With Graphic Violence Rose In Early 2018
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16 May 2018 12:52 AM EST

In a report released on Tuesday, Facebook said that the number of posts on the social network showing graphic violence, rose in the first three months of the year, possibly driven by the war in Syria. Facebook said in a written report that of every 10,000 pieces of content viewed in the first quarter, an estimated 22 to 27 pieces contained graphic violence. Facebook does not fully know why people are posting more graphic violence but believes continued fighting in Syria may have been one reason.

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