Facebook Monitors Users’ Offline Behaviour

Facebook is now tracking its user’s activity to keep a log of suspected ‘hate agents’.

A document, titled “Hate Agent Policy Review,” was obtained by Breitbart , from a source inside Facebook. It outlines a series of rules and regulations that would determine if someone is a  ‘hate agent’ or not.

The media giant will monitor activity on other websites and even their private lives, such as whether they have a ‘hate symbol’ tattoo or not.

According to this memo ex-UKIP MEP candidate Carl Benjamin among Facebook’s hate agents.

Facebook’s spokesperson said to MailOnline, ’As our Community Standards make clear, we’ve always banned individuals or organizations that promote or engage in violence and hate, regardless of their ideology or motivation.

‘The process for evaluating potential violators is extensive and we consider a number of different signals.’

However, Facebook has pledged to all individuals and organizations engaging in violence or hate, regardless of ideological motivations.

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