Headline, February 06 2022/ BABYSTEPS : ''' '' ELECTS MOTHERS' ELIXIR '' '''



ALL GREAT MOTHERS OF THE WORLD SHOULD GET THINKING and get preparing for the coming electoral tsunami on The World Students Society - the exclusive ownership of every student in the world.

HISTORY AND ETERNITY RECORDS THAT THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY - for every subject in the world has the singular honour and blessings to be the first organization in the world  wherein mothers will be elected, on global basis, to the highest of offices of influence and power to help change the world.

FIRST TUTORIAL CASE STUDY EXAMPLE : And the honour goes to experienced core competency author Katie Harbath. She now takes over :

WITH SO many elections on the horizon - France, Kenya, Australia, Brazil, the Philippines and the United States will hold elections this year.

I Know what it's like to prepare for an election at Facebook. I worked there for 10 years, and from 2014 through the end of 2019, I led the company work across elections globally.

FACEBOOK has poured more than $13 billion into building up its safety and security efforts in the United States since the 2016 elections, when the platform was too slow to recognize how its products could be weaponized to spread misinformation. 

RESPONSIBLE ELECTION plans cannot be spun up in days or weeks. It takes time not only to organize internally but also to make meaningful and necessary connections with the communities around the world working to secure elections.

Facebook must begin serious, concerted, well funded efforts today.

For some of the elections happening in the first half of this year, Facebook is cutting it close. But there's still time for Facebook to commit to a publicly available road map that outlines how it plans to build up its resources to fight misinformation and hate speech around the world.

Algorithms that find hate speech and election-related content; labels that give people more context, like those in the United States applied to content that questioned the election results; and efforts to get people ''accurate information about where, when and how to vote should all be a part of the baseline protections Facebook deploys across the globe''.

ON TOP of these technical protections, it needs people with country specific language and culture expertise to make tough decisions about speech or behavior that might violate the platform's rules.

I'm proud of the progress the company made in bringing more transparency to political issue ads, developing civil society partnerships and taking down influence operations. None of that progress happened spontaneously.

To combat the Internet Research Agency, a Russian troll farm that exposed 126 million Americans to its content before and after the 2016 elections, for example, Facebook needed new policies, new expertise and a revamped team at the platform dedicated to these issues.

Because of these innovations, the company was able to take down 52 influence networks in 2021.

Facebook couldn't do this work alone. Partnerships with organizations such as the Atlantic Council, the National Democratic Institute, the International Republican Institute and many others were crucial.

But even then, providing the technical infrastructure to combat misinformation is only half the battle. Facebook faced scrutiny again in 2020 and 2021 for how it handled everything from President Donald Trump's Facebook account to false election fraud claims and Jan. 6.

Many of the conversations I had at the time revolved around balancing the right to free speech with the harm that speech could cause someone.

This is one of the central dilemmas companies like Facebook grapple with. What is the right call for  company administrators when a sitting president of the United States violates their platform's community standards, even as they believe that people should hear what he has to say?

When are people exercising their rights to organize and protest against their government, as opposed to preparing for a violent insurrection.

Similar issues come up in other countries. Last year the Russian government pressured Apple and Google to remove any app created by allies of Aleksei Navalny, an opponent of Vladimir Putin.

Refusing the government would have put their employees in Russia at risk. Complying would go against free-expression standards. The companies choose to protect their employees.

These are the kinds of difficult questions that crop up in every country, but Facebook also needs country specific monitoring. HUMAN EXPERTISE is the only way to truly understand how heated discussions are shifting in real time and to be sensitive to linguistic and cultural nuances.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Voting, Elections, Free -expressions of speech, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Katie Harbath, chief executive of ' Anchor Change '.

With most loving and respectful dedication to all the Mothers in the world, and then Students, Professors and Teachers. See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - E-!WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011 :

Good Night and God Bless

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