While Mark Zuckerberg publicly supports the Black Lives Matter movement and rejected Breonna Taylor's decision in an all-hands meeting this week, Facebook reportedly does not want its employees to express their political views on its platform.
According to mother Jones, the company enacted new rules this week prohibiting employees from using their profile pictures on the company's internal social network to show support for Black Lives Matter or any other cause.
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"Personal expression is a valuable part of our culture and we hope that you can share your thoughts on various topics, including social topics, in moderated groups or as part of your own profile," reads an internal memo to employees.
"However, that doesn't mean that you should incorporate your beliefs into all of your work interactions out of context."
Facebook employees can only post a picture of themselves or their initials on the platform and cannot use political images as profile photos. Facebook will be offering some pre-approved frames that can be added to profile pictures, including one with a Black Lives Matter theme.
The move outraged many employees, saying the company is censoring their freedom of speech.
“What happens when we go back to the office? Does my appearance need to be neutral and "not contain clothing, signage, or language associated with any social or political issue"? A staff member allegedly wrote and cited clarification of the new rule from a member of Facebook's internal communications team.