Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich (R) said that Facebook admitted in a letter to him that it is directly facilitating illegal immigration into the U.S. by letting people post instructions on its site about how to successfully cross the border.
”The company is a direct facilitator, and thus exacerbates, the catastrophe occurring at Arizona’s southern border,” Brnovich wrote in a letter asking U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to open an investigation into Facebook to stop its actions.
Facebook’s “policy of allowing posts promoting human smuggling and illegal entry into the United States to regularly reach its billions of users seriously undermines the rule of law,” Brnovich said.
If Facebook wants to restrict content for violating its vague and ill-defined user policies, it can surely restrict content that helps people break the law.
Why it ever thought it was okay to do otherwise should tell us everything we need to know about the company’s morals.
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