Facebook is acting for users’ suicide prevention


This is based on the community help, as a lifeline, but works  more complicated including Facebook’s system participation. So, if apparently after a review by Facebook  the user appears to be suicidal, the next time they log into their account, a series of screens will offer them assistance and ways to receive help, including links to sites such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and Now Matters Now. A past study conducted by the company demonstrated that other users (and Facebook) can toy with people’s emotions, For the instant the new tool is limited being tested. Facebook plans on rolling out the service nationally over the next few months and eventually to other countries. The project needs further development for better results.


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