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Guy Rosen
VP Integrity @ Facebook, overseeing FB's work on safety & integrity
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Facebook Newsroom Apr 10
Remove, Reduce, Inform: New Steps to Manage Problematic Content
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Guy Rosen Apr 10
Replying to @jamestitcomb
And some history too
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Guy Rosen Apr 10
Replying to @jamestitcomb
Some context here (tl;dr nothing new)
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Guy Rosen Apr 10
Replying to @jamestitcomb
Apparently it is.
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Guy Rosen Apr 10
Replying to @alexhern
Fun history for old-timers, one of the first security teams many years ago was called "site integrity" (actually still is!), and the word "integrity" kind of stuck and got adopted by other teams. Other companies call it "trust & safety", "anti-abuse", "risk", etc.
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Guy Rosen Apr 10
Replying to @alexhern
In seriousness though - we've been using this name/title internally for a while. I have for 2 yrs focused on this work and this is my entire job; I don't build other products, I work with the people who do to ensure we think about integrity & safety.
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Guy Rosen Apr 10
Replying to @alexhern
Want me to change it again? :)
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Guy Rosen Jan 15
Replying to @thegrugq @olgs7
This specific role is based in our DC office but the responsibility is global, and together with our teams around the world, they would work on protecting elections in many countries.
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Guy Rosen Jan 14
We’re adding a new DC-based PM to our team at Facebook focused on combatting information operations and protecting elections.
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Guy Rosen Dec 22
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Guy Rosen Dec 17
Replying to @NickKristof
(2/2) This error was caused by how we detect & remove child nudity. They got to the wrong outcome this time, which we'll fix, but they are incredibly important to keep harmful and sometimes even exploitative content off FB. We'll improve how we handle edge cases as we do this.
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Guy Rosen Dec 17
Replying to @NickKristof
(1/2) We also thought that would work, but then bad actors such as spammers quickly take advantage by taking a bad post that would otherwise be removed and adding a URL from a media site, or using redirectors on a media site. Spammers are very creative at this stuff...
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Guy Rosen Dec 16
Replying to @NickKristof @facebook
Wanted to circle back and let you know that we've identified the cause of the error, everyone should be able to share this important article, and we're working to undo any mistakes already made. Thanks again for bringing this to our attention.
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Guy Rosen Dec 16
Replying to @NickKristof @facebook
Thanks for flagging this . The image doesn't violate our Community Standards – it’s exactly the sort of thing we want to leave up on the platform given the public interest value. We’re looking into the reports and working to address this ASAP.
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Guy Rosen Nov 26
there is.
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Guy Rosen Nov 26
I think we might be splitting hairs here, bottom line is the war room we built originally for the US midterms and for Brazil was effective. Going forward we're expanding not disbanding the effort.
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Guy Rosen Nov 26
The war room will be operational ahead of major events, and it still stands. It was effective for our work in both the Brazil and US elections which is why it's going to be expanded, not disbanded.
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Guy Rosen Nov 26
Replying to @Techmeme @sarahfrier
The headline is incorrect. The war room was effective and we're not disbanding it, we're going to do more things like this.
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Guy Rosen retweeted
Robert Ghilduta Nov 15
Turned NOAA's HRRR Smoke satellite images of into a time-lapse. The giant plume of smoke covering the SF & the bay area doesn't really seem to be dispersing, and is instead occasionally blown back from the ocean.
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Guy Rosen Nov 8
I hear North Antarctica is beautiful this time of year
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