Coroner deleted the news and blamed it, and later confessed to Facebook

Coroner deleted the news and blamed it, and later confessed to Facebook



 Social media Facebook deleted some news yesterday.  At the same time, the notification was sent that the news did not go with the Community Standards.  But later the news was returned.

  News about this has been reported on Twitter, writing and technology websites.  In some posts posted on Twitter, Facebook authorities sent a notification that their news community did not meet the standard.

 Many say Facebook authorities are unable to function properly due to coronavirus.  Such a problem when working with robots.  Facebook authorities have rejected the matter though.

 Facebook Vice President Guy Rosen said in a tweet, "We worked on this, which is an error in the anti-spam system, not related to the staff in charge of our half-test.  The posts that were removed have been returned, he said.

 Later in another tweet, he said that the news had not been removed because of the post about the coronavirus, they had been returned.  This problem was caused by some automated tools.  None of the staff in charge of the halfway test did it.  Too many posts were removed by mistake.  They were later fixed.