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Facebook wrongly labels famous Plymouth landmark a 'prostitute'
Facebook wrongly labels famous Plymouth landmark a 'prostitute' - Plymouth Live
Social media site mistakenly labels posts referring to the seafaring landmark in Devon as misogynistic. But Facebook has found itself in hot water after challenging some posts from local people who innocently mentioned the Hoe, mistakenly thinking they were using a misogynist term. The social media company has apologised for its mistake and promised to take steps to ensure residents and visitors can use the term in relation to the Devon landmark. It has argued that some words can be slurs or offensive if used in certain ways and certain contexts, but not in others — but admitted it was at fault in this case.
By Hannah Sparks. January 27, pm Updated January 27, pm. Now, Facebook is apologizing for conflating references to the picturesque seafaring city in Devon for the misogynistic slur, and carelessly taking their comments out of context, the Guardian reported on Wednesday. A moderator of the Plymouth Facebook group reportedly brought up the issue to its members recently. Most know the word also refers to a gardening tool use for breaking up soil, although The Post is unaware of any gardening enthusiasts being flagged for discussing their sturdy hoes.
The social media platform said some posts containing the words Plymouth Hoe had been "removed in error". Facebook has apologised after removing posts containing references to a 'rude' part of the city. References to Plymouth Hoe , which may seem like an offensive slur to anyone not familiar with the location, was removed by the social media giant in a number of posts online. The site, where Sir Francis Drake played a game of bowls in , is now being spelled as 'H o e' to avoid being confused as a slur against women.