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Facebook bans Myanmar’s military-linked accounts from its two platforms

Facebook bans Myanmar’s military-linked accounts from its two platforms

Facebook has banned Myanmar’s military-linked accounts from its flagship platform and Instagram indefinitely. The company’s Asia-Pacific policy director, Rafael Frankel, in a blogpost said: ’We remain focused on the safety of our community, and the people of Myanmar more broadly,’ adding, ’We believe the risks of allowing the Tatmadaw (Myanmar’s military) on Facebook and Instagram are too great.’

Simone
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Fareem
Fareem 1 months

this sounds like the behavior of a neutral content host and not a publisher. NOT!

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 1 months

So now Facebook thinks they can decide who is in charge of every other country? I am eagerly awaiting the day when they piss off the wrong country and wake up to find out that Facebook has been completely destroyed by a computer virus. With the enemies list they are creating, it's only a matter of time.

Got Truth
Got Truth 1 months

Wow, what the heck took you so long FB? Oh I forgot, they're evil.

Ken Williams
Ken Williams 1 months

If Facebook is siding with the protestor, the military must be the good guys.

Robo
Robo 1 months

So they're the good guys? Got it.

Rational ific
Rational ific 1 months

They don't realize that in some countries (like Soviet Russia), they block YOU.

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