Former President Donald Trump will find out this week if he can come back to Facebook.
The Oversight Board, quasi-independent of the social network, announces that it will announce its decision on Wednesday on a case concerning the former president.
Trump’s account was suspended for inciting violence that led to the deadly January 6 riots on Capitol Hill.
After years of treating Trump’s inflammatory rhetoric with a light touch, Facebook and Instagram shut down his accounts on January 7, claiming at the time that he would be suspended “at least” until the end of his presidency.
Facebook has set up the Watch Panel to speak out on thorny questions about the content of its platforms, in response to widespread criticism of its inability to respond quickly and effectively to disinformation, hate speech and campaigning. ‘harmful influence.