Foreign media reported that Facebook has once again stepped up its efforts to control racial hate speech on social platforms to better protect ethnic minorities and ethnic minorities. Specifically, the company’s automated auditing system will be more active in retrieving such content on the website. At the same time, hate speech against non minorities will be given a lower priority. Unless users take the lead in auditing, they will not be reported. < / P > < p > in other words, Facebook will focus its internal resources on dealing with the worst cases. As for the exact priority rules, please refer to the above four cases shared by the Washington Post. < p > < p > foreign media pointed out that Facebook’s move was aimed at solving the criticism of “inaction in racist speech” that has plagued the platform for many years. Some civil rights advocates even accused the company of indulging in hate speech in its operating system and failing to consider the disproportionate influence of ethnic minorities. < / P > < p > it wasn’t until July this year that Facebook said it wanted to conduct in-depth research and make adjustments to the racial bias in the algorithm. It took many years for the company’s executives to introduce a way to offset the impact to some extent for its main app and instagram groups. < / P > < p > fortunately, the company now says it will take appropriate balance measures to focus on helping the groups most vulnerable to hate speech, rather than being as one size fits all. It is reported that the new policy not only aims to eliminate anti black hate speech, but also covers religious people and LGBTQ +. Sally Aldous, a Facebook spokesman, said: “we are well aware that the lack of representativeness of hate speech against ethnic minorities can be harmful, and this is one of the main reasons why we focus on Governance in this area.”. < p > < p > in the past year, Facebook has cleaned up more hidden hate speech through the implementation of new policies. By continuously increasing investment in this area, the company’s detection system has been able to clean up 95% of the illegal content, and there is still room for further improvement. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen