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Facebook COVID-19 Fallout: Why Is The Social Network Taking Down Legitimate Posts? 

Chitunda Howard is feeling angry

All Sermons, Prayers, and such that were recorded as a Facebook Live have been deleted. The devil is trying to stop God’s Word from spreading but he messed with the wrong one now. Posts that shared those lives are gone as well. Let Facebook and the devil know we are NOT pleased and we want them restored. On Monday, Facebook made the sensible decision amid the massive COVID-19 crisis to send its content moderators home. Because this job cannot be done on site due to privacy reasons, it has led to increased use of a type of AI, machine learning, to flag and remove misinformation and offensive content from the social media site.

But by Tuesday, multiple reports emerged that Facebook was falsely flagging and removing legitimate content from sites such as the BBC, Buzzfeed and USA Today, as well as users’ posts. This immediately led to claims Facebook was censoring news, but the social network had a different explanation. 

ANKARA  There is need for help all over rthe world with battle cases of the coronavirus. 

Zambia on Wednesday confirmed its first two cases of the coronavirus.

In a Facebook post, the country’s President Edgar Lungu confirmed that a Zambian couple has been tested positive of the epidemic after they visited France for 10 days with their two children, according to the Lusaka Times news website.

“Our surveillance system was able to detect that they transited through high-risk COVID-19 countries. The couple has been isolated and receiving treatment in Chilanga,” Lungu said.

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