Facebook has removed three networks of accounts from its social networks that allegedly violated its policy on foreign interference. This was reported on the Facebook website.
“We removed three separate networks that violated our policy against foreign or government interference. <…> These networks are of Russian origin,” the statement says.
The company noted that one of the remote networks consisted of 214 user accounts, 35 public pages and 18 Facebook groups, and 34 Instagram accounts. According to Facebook, they were used to spread “false information” about the situation in Syria and Ukraine. The activities of these acanths were directed at Turkey, Japan, Armenia, Georgia, Belarus, Moldova, as well as the US and the UK, the statement said.