How Meta is working to assess fairness in relation to race in the U.S. across its products and systems

November 16, 2021


At Meta, we’re taking action to advance racial justice in our company and on our platform.

The purpose of this paper is to describe in detail privacy-preserving approaches that Meta is currently scoping and piloting in the U.S. to advance our ability to assess whether product and system differences exist across race and ethnicity.

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Written by

Rachad Alao

Miranda Bogen

Jingang Miao

Ilya Mironov

Jonathan Tannen

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