Facebook has a three-part plan for tackling ‘problematic’ content

    Updated: April 10, 2019 at 9:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    “Remove, reduce, inform.”

    Christians have a message, that message is God’s solemn word, the Bible is our blueprint for life, God’s message will always survive, we live by faith not by sight…..

    Don’t allow fear, doubt, discouragement, or challenging circumstances to keep you from becoming who you’re meant to be. God is in ultimate control and has a plan for your life, but it’s up to you to respond to it in obedience. Rather than trying to earn God’s love through religious efforts, simply respond to the loving relationship that he freely offers you, confident that he already loves you completely and unconditionally. Guard your mind from insidious evil messages in certain movies, TV shows, songs, etc. by analyzing what you’re watching and listening to, and avoiding what isn’t healthy or truthful. Ask the Holy Spirit to give you the wisdom you need to discern how Satan is working to try to redefine what you believe, and to resist those efforts by renewing your mind regularly. Identify specific types of temptations to sin that are most powerful for you (such as watching pornography or overspending while shopping) and develop a plan to resist those temptations. Ask someone you trust to hold you accountable to follow your plan.

    Facebook has faced intense scrutiny over the past couple of years for how it handles issues like harassmenthate speech and the spread of misinformation. Though it’s attempted to manage them, clearly the company is still struggling and has faced a lot of public backlash as a result. Today,

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