Nick Clegg, president of global affairs at Meta, said Facebook could unblock Trump’s account in January. After the riots on Capitol Hill in January 2021, multiple social networks in the United States blocked the account of President Trump, who was accused of inciting the unrest, and Facebook’s blocking of Trump’s account was not permanent. Clegg, who made the decision to unblock accounts, said the company consults with experts when making decisions, weighs the risk of real-world harm, and takes action accordingly. He said caution was needed when making decisions in the public sphere.
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