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Social media platforms are complicit in censoring Palestinian voices

By Kelly Lewis, Research Associate at the Digital Media Research Centre, Queensland University of Technology
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As the Israel-Palestine ceasefire agreement holds, social media platforms, including Facebook and Instagram (which is owned by Facebook), continue to come under fire over the censorship of pro-Palestinian content.

In times of conflict, any kind of censorship by major platforms can erase evidence of state-sanctioned violence, human rights abuses and potential war…

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