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Facebook began measuring the prevalence of hate speech on its platform globally in the November 2020 edition of its Community Standards Enforcement Report, pegging it at 0.10% to 0.11%, or 10 to 11 views of hate speech for every 10,000 views of content.
Vice president of integrity Guy Rosen said in a Newsroom post Thursday that Facebook’s investments in artificial intelligence have helped it to proactively detect hate speech content on its platform before it is reported by users.