It said it had reconsidered that after" discussions with members of civil society and Academics who are experts in racial relations around the world "who, according to Facebook," said that white nationalism and separatism can not meaningfully be separated from white supremacy and organized hate groups.
Over the past three months, Facebook has reported more than 20 discussions with civil rights groups and racial-related experts in the US, Europe and Africa.
The groups surveyed by Facebook included the Civil Rights Lawyers Committee.
Clarke said Facebook's past policies allow it It's white supremacists abusing the platform, and their group has been talking to the company over several months about a policy change.
The attack in New Zealand, Clarke, "underlines the urgency here. It's A that shows how violent white Supremacists are abusing the Facebook platform to promote their dangerous, deadly activities. "
"These categories should always fall under the hate-speech community guidelines, but it is now positive that the clarification is now clear. This happened after the attack in Christchurch," said Ardern.
Facebook said it will start targeting people with white superiority to organizations that help people ave has has groups.
Update: This Geschic hte has been updated to include a quote from New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.