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Company Response

11 Apr 2022

Meta did not respond to allegations of contributing to crimes against the Yazidi community

On 30 March 2022, the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Meta to respond to allegations that the company contributed to crimes against the Yazidi community and that Facebook's decision to allow hate speech against Russians due to the war in Ukraine shows a "double standard" that could hurt users caught in other conflicts. The company did not respond.

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