Facebook removes pages linked to Russia

Facebook removes pages linked to Russia

Facebook has removed hundreds of anti-NATO pages on Thursday it said posed as independent news sites in eastern Europe and elsewhere but were actually run by employees at Russian state-owned news agency Sputnik. Facebook said the 364 pages and accounts had almost 800,000 followers and had spent around $135,000 on ads on the platform since 2013.

Randy Souse-Git
Randy Souse-Git 1 year

"We are constantly working to detect and stop this type of activity because we don’t want our services to be used to manipulate people... *" *Unless we are the ones manipulating them like we've been caught doing many many times in the past. You know the words, sing along: #NoFaceTwitInstaSnap

IIZard 1 year

Ministry of Truth

Mr. A
Mr. A 1 year

Russia is a "threat" because Wikileaks exposed Hillary stealing the nomination from Bernie Sanders... Russia has no ties to leaks or organization. Russia is a nothingburger. RIP Seth Rich

Blaeingr 1 year

Zuckerberg and the Zuck army says nyet to you Vlad, we will not support your disinformation campaigns, but we will sell your information.

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 1 year

zionists are getting desperate.

Planned Obsoylescence
Planned Obsoylescence 1 year

I'd be inclined to trust 800,00 Russian's before trusting Mr. Zakirberg

Samuel Pearson
Samuel Pearson 1 year

Has anyone been able to explain why it’s such as bad thing that Russian people post online content...?

James T Kirk
James T Kirk 1 year

so much russophobia

Julian 1 year

Cuckerberg strikes again

FoodNotBombs 1 year

everyone needs to "remove" themselves from Facebook

Idiot Prole
Idiot Prole 1 year

Wouldn't it be amusing if the Russians were using TOR to hide their identity online?

Jus Saying
Jus Saying 1 year

Wonder if they'll remove Vox from their platform for spreading misleading information... or CNN?

Samuel Pearson
Samuel Pearson 1 year

All together now: "Booooooooooooo!!!"

Mr. A
Mr. A 1 year

Minds.com Bitchute Mastadon Gab

Russell Daggett
Russell Daggett 1 year

Wow, 22,500 per year (over 6 years, 2013-2018) on ads. I'm not sure what Facebook ads go for these dates, but that's doesn't seem like much at all.

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