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Starting next week, Facebook and its sister site Instagram will no longer allow white nationalist and white separatist content on its site.
The move, which Motherboard reported and which Facebook subsequently confirmed, marks a major reversal for the social media platform, whose previous internal policies told content moderators that white nationalist and white separatist content should be treated differently than white supremacist content. Those previous policies had been the focus of intense criticism from civil rights and advocacy groups.