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Showing posts with label Myanmar Crime. Show all posts
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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

U.N. investigator says Facebook has not shared ‘evidence’ of Myanmar crime

 
Nicholas Koumjian, head of the Independent Investigative Mechanism on Myanmar (IIMM), told Reuters the social media giant was holding material “highly relevant and probative of serious international crimes” but had not shared any during year-long talks.

He declined to give details of the material the IIMM had asked for.

Facebook has said it is cooperating with the IIMM and a representative on Tuesday declined to immediately comment further.

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

UN says Facebook has not shared 'evidence' of Myanmar crime

Aljazeera
11th August 2020

UN investigators say Facebook played a key role in spreading hate speech that fuelled the violence against Rohingya.
Some 750,000 Rohingya were forcibly displaced from their homes in Myanmar and crossed the border into Bangladesh [File: Rafiqur Rahman/Reuters]

The head of a UN investigative body on Myanmar said Facebook has not released evidence of "serious international crimes", despite promising to work with investigators looking into abuses in the country including against the majority-Muslim Rohingya.

U.N. investigator says Facebook has not shared ‘evidence’ of Myanmar crime

WTVB
Tuesday, August 11, 2020
EDT by Thomson Reuters
By Poppy McPherson
FILE PHOTO: A 3D-printed Facebook logo is seen placed on a keyboard in this illustration taken March 25, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustrati


(Reuters) - The head of a U.N. investigative body on Myanmar said Facebook has not released evidence of “serious international crimes”, despite vowing to work with investigators looking into abuses in the country, including against the Rohingya Muslim minority.

Nicholas Koumjian, head of the Independent Investigative Mechanism on Myanmar (IIMM), told Reuters the social media giant was holding material “highly relevant and probative of serious international crimes” but had not shared any during year-long talks.