Facebook deleted the accounts of 200 users from the platform, explains the reason

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Facebook officials were already eyeing him to prepare for the account’s removal when he saw posts that were trying to take advantage of the raging demonstrations since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

San Francisco. Facebook (Facebook) has removed about 200 accounts of social media associated with groups that consider the best of the women. Company officials said on Friday that these groups encourage members to participate in demonstrations by police against the killing of black people, and in some cases with weapons.

These accounts on Facebook and Instagram were linked to two hate groups named ‘Proud Boys’ and ‘American Guard’ which are already banned on these social media forums. Officials were already watching them to prepare for the deletion of these accounts when they saw posts that were trying to take advantage of the raging demonstrations since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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Brian Fishman, Facebook’s director of anti-terrorism and dangerous organization policy, said, ‘We saw these groups go to the demonstrations They were planning to mobilize supporters and members and in some cases were preparing to go with arms. The company did not provide details of the account users such as what was their plan for the demonstrations and where do they live in America. It said that ‘190’ accounts have been removed. Both ‘Proud Boys’ and ‘American Guard’ were removed from Facebook for violating rules prohibiting hate speeches.

 

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