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President Trump Gives Remarks at the 36th Annual National Peace... Donald Trump will be suspended from Facebook and Instagram indefinitely and at least until the end of his time in office, Mark Zuckerberg has said, as a consequence of his support for the rioters who stormed the US Capitol on Wednesday.

The US president was initially suspended from the social network for 24 hours, as a result of two posts shared to the platform in which he appeared to praise the actions of the rioters. “The shocking events of the last 24 hours clearly demonstrate that President Donald Trump intends to use his remaining time in office to undermine the peaceful and lawful transition of power to his elected successor, Joe Biden,” Facebook ’s chief executive wrote.

The news of the indefinite suspension sparked joy inside the company, where Zuckerberg’s note was cross-posted to Facebook ’s internal message board. “I’m not always proud to work at Facebook, but today I am,” wrote Jake Blakely, an employee of Oculus, the company’s VR division.

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In private, however, some questioned the timing, noting that it came the day after the Democrats seized control of the Senate, after Congress certified the electoral votes for Biden, and after Trump ’s deputy chief of staff, Dan Saving, committed to an “orderly transition of power”. There was also some unexpected opposition to the ban: Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower, tweeted that Facebook had “officially silence the President of the United States.

Alex Stamps, the former head of information security at Facebook, now a Stanford professor working on technology and civil liberties issues, said the events of Wednesday should help tech companies realize a line had been crossed. On Parker, a Twitter clone built to allow users to “speak freely” and populated largely by the far right, a new account claiming to be the president gained more than 13,000 followers in a matter of hours before being taken private on the website.

After Wednesday’s riots, Trump promised an “orderly transition” of power while still suggesting there was election fraud, relaying the message through deputy chief of staff for communications Dan Saving. “The shocking events of the last 24 hours clearly demonstrate that President Donald Trump intends to use his remaining time in office to undermine the peaceful and lawful transition of power to his elected successor, Joe Biden,” he said in a statement, referring to Trump ’s refusal to condemn his supporters for forming a violent mob and storming the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.

Facebook and Twitter both locked Trump ’s accounts for 12 hours on Wednesday after the president failed to quell violence at the Capitol, and decided instead to use social media to tell mob members he loved them and that they were “very special.” A Twitter spokesperson told HuffPost the company will “continue to evaluate the situation in real time” and didn’t rule out the possibility of further escalation.

Trump ’s actions violated Shopify’s Acceptable Use Policy, “which prohibits promotion or support of organizations, platforms or people that threaten or condone violence to further a cause,” the company told HuffPost. Twitch, a livestreaming platform popular with gamers, suspended Trump ’s channel Thursday afternoon, the company told reporter Casey Newton.

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The president had previously posted a video to both platforms that called the election results “fraudulent” and praised his supporters as “very special” people. “The US has laws, procedures, and established institutions to ensure the peaceful transfer of power after an election.” The company also announced new restrictions on some activity in its groups feature, including the automatic disabling of comments on posts that encourage hate speech or violence.

“The shocking events of the last 24 hours clearly demonstrate that President Donald Trump intends to use his remaining time in office to undermine the peaceful and lawful transition of power to his elected successor, Joe Biden,” Zuckerberg wrote. One of the posts that was removed and violated Facebook's policy was Trump's video addressing the riots and those who had broken into the U.S. Capitol building, wreaking havoc and violence.

In the recorded speech, Trump told his supporters, “we love you, you're very special,” and doubled down on the baseless claims of election fraud before telling rioters occupying the Capitol building, “we have to have peace, so go home.” “Over the last several years, we have allowed President Trump to use our platform consistent with our own rules, at times removing content or labeling his posts when they violate our policies.

The large mob of rioters in Washington, D.C. entered the Senate chamber and numerous Congressional offices in a chaotic scene during which one woman was fatally shot. The Trump supporters breached the building while lawmakers gathered to count the Electoral College votes certifying President-elect Biden's win.

The post, which was shared by Team Trump, featured a video of the president spreading misinformation about COVID-19 in an interview on Fox News. Donald J. Trump has always dreamed big and pushed the boundaries of what is possible.

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“His decision to use his platform to condone rather than condemn the actions of his supporters at the Capitol building has rightly disturbed people in the US and around the world,” Zuckerberg wrote. “We believe the risks of allowing the President to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great,” Zuckerberg wrote.

Facebook ’s move comes as the company thwarted internal discussion of the coup attempt among employees. “ Donald Trump has directly incited a terror attack on Capitol Hill,” one Facebook employee wrote.

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Based on recent events, we have determined that the actions by President Donald J. Trump violate our Acceptable Use Policy, which prohibits promotion or support of organizations, platforms or people that threaten or condone violence to further a cause. Advocates have also long voiced concerns about Trump using his social media to spread disinformation and incite violence.

Democratic Sen. Mark Warner, who has long been a critic of social media companies, said in a statement that “While I’m pleased to see social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube take long-belated steps to address the President’s sustained misuse of their platforms to sow discord and violence, these isolated actions are both too late and not nearly enough.” “We should hardly be breaking our arms patting ourselves on the back for giving him a temporary ban after he whips the most fanatical of his supporters into desecrating the Capitol.

To me, it looks like nothing but 11th hour cowardice and reading the political winds, recognizing that the incoming administration is probably going to take a pretty jaundiced view of our laissez-faire moderation of his page.” Twitter and Facebook took unprecedented moves to address the spread of misinformation and the incitement of violence by Donald Trump on their platforms on Wednesday, after supporters of the president stormed the US Capitol.

Twitter locked Trump out of his account for 12 hours and is requiring him to delete three tweets the company says violates its policies. A statement from Trump promising an “orderly transition” following Congress certifying Biden’s win was posted to Twitter by deputy chief of staff for communications Dan Saving.

The action is the most aggressive yet from Twitter and it comes after it joined Facebook and YouTube in removing a video post from Trump ’s account in which the president praised the protestors. Earlier on Wednesday, Twitter blocked several of Trump ’s posts from being shared, citing a “risk of violence”.

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As his supporters gathered on Wednesday to protest the certification of the 3 November election results, Trump in a tweet accused Vice-president Mike Pence of lacking “the courage to do what should have been done”. Photograph: Twitter/ Donald Trump /Pain the video he shared on social media later in the day, Trump urged his supporters to “go home”, but also gave legitimacy to the falsehoods that fueled Wednesday’s attempted insurrection, calling the election “stolen” and telling the angry mob, “we love you”.

Facebook took a number of measures throughout the day, including the unprecedented decision to remove a post made by the president. It has banned the hashtag #StormtheCapitol, which was used to organize Wednesday’s actions and designated it as “dangerous”, a category the platform usually reserves for hate groups and terrorists.

The platform is now increasing the requirement of Group administrators to review and approve posts before they can go up and disabling comments that have a high rate of hate speech. Online activism group Color of Change launched a petition on Wednesday calling on social media firms to remove the president, saying they have ignored years of warnings about the dangers of white supremacists using these platforms to recruit, organize and fundraise.

“Big tech companies are complicit in the insurrection in DC today,” said Rashad Robinson, president of Color of Change. Though Twitter doubled down on its enforcement of policies against misinformation and calls to violence in the weeks leading up to the presidential election, it was slower to take action in days and months following.

Surrounding the storming of the Capitol on Wednesday, Facebook was again targeted with blame as many of the events and protests that led to the action were organized there.

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