The facebook journey … 14% finished

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The facebook journey … 14% finished

  1. 1. The Facebook journey … 14% finished CTO Forum 2013, Abuja Simon Milner Public Policy October, 2013
  2. 2. Agenda 1 Development, the Internet and Facebook 2 Privacy 3 Safety 4 Growth and jobs 5 Politics and government 6 Internet.org
  3. 3. Agenda 1 Development, the Internet and Facebook 2 Privacy 3 Safety 4 Growth and jobs 5 Politics and government 6 Internet.org
  4. 4. Development and the Internet Access Political engagement Direct utility Development and the Internet Business models Technology choices Security and safety Externalities
  5. 5. Development, the Internet and Facebook Access Political engagement Direct utility Development and the Internet Business models Technology choices Security and safety Externalities
  6. 6. Facebook is mobile first
  7. 7. People on Facebook … 1.15B 819M
  8. 8. Facebook’s growth >1.15 users B 1,000 >800M users 750 500 250 0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
  9. 9. Insert fb world map here re 80% of users outside US
  10. 10. Focus on Africa 80M 58M
  11. 11. Policies
  12. 12. Facebook is based on a real name culture Before Now > Spooks123 Simon Milner
  13. 13. What we don’t allow Threats of Violence Sex & Nudity Promotion of Self Harm Theft, Vandalism & Fraud Bullying & Harassment Violations of Identity & Privacy Hate Speech Violations of Intellectual Property Graphic Violence Phishing and Spam
  14. 14. We connect people …
  15. 15. Agenda 1 Development, the Internet and Facebook 2 Privacy 3 Safety 4 Growth and jobs 5 Politics and government 6 Internet.org
  16. 16. Privacy principles Accountability Control
  17. 17. Embodied in our data use policy
  18. 18. “User education”: What you share and how to control the audience
  19. 19. “View As”: how your timeline appears to other people
  20. 20. Accountable to our regulators
  21. 21. Agenda 1 Development, the Internet and Facebook 2 Privacy 3 Safety 4 Growth and jobs 5 Politics and government 6 Internet.org
  22. 22. Reporting policy violations ▪ There are two main ways to contact Facebook ▪ In the help center we provide information and contact links sorted by topic ▪ From content on our site people can report abuse or violations of our standards
  23. 23. A whole community approach • Social reporting is a way for people to quickly and easily ask for help from someone they trust • By encouraging people to seek help from friends, we hope that many of these situations can be resolved face to face • We let people know what happens to their reports
  24. 24. Facebook User Operations Global team: ▪ Menlo Park, California ▪ Austin, Texas ▪ Hyderabad, India ▪ Dublin ▪ Representatives from over 25 countries ▪ 23 Supported Languages ▪ Prioritization of issues according to need and urgency ▪ Manually investigating reports ▪ Building smart tools and systems to support the community
  25. 25. Partnerships Global Safety Advisory Board Local partnerships Slide 7
  26. 26. Agenda 1 Development, the Internet and Facebook 2 Privacy 3 Safety 4 Growth and jobs 5 Politics and government 6 Internet.org
  27. 27. Agenda 1 Development, the Internet and Facebook 2 Privacy 3 Safety 4 Growth and jobs 5 Politics and government 6 Internet.org
  28. 28. Goodluck Jonathon page
  29. 29. Verification A blue check-mark on a Facebook page or a Facebook profile using the “follow” feature indicates that the page is official No fake pages receive the blue check-mark Verification on Facebook is currently available for national-level ministries, ministers, politicians; journalists with significant numbers of fans; major brands and celebrities; and large-scale international NGOs
  30. 30. The British Monarchy: Marks important events and milestones with a quick status update and photo, mixing the engaging with the informative.
  31. 31. Power of the photo
  32. 32. Agenda 1 Development, the Internet and Facebook 2 Privacy 3 Safety 4 Growth and jobs 5 Politics and government 6 Internet.org
  33. 33. Internet.org ambitions Three areas of focus • Making data more affordable. • Making data more efficient. • Focusing on innovative business models to help get people online Working with global and local partners

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