Facebook says removing "Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior"

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
October 4, 2019 05:27
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Global tech giant Facebook Inc says it have removed content across its Facebook and Instagram platforms, according to a statement by the company's Head of Cybersecurity Policy, Nathaniel Gleicher.

This a brief provided by Reuters:FACEBOOK INC SAYS REMOVING COORDINATED INAUTHENTIC BEHAVIOR IN UAE, NIGERIA, INDONESIA AND EGYPT

REMOVED 69 FB ACCOUNTS, 42 PAGES, 34 INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS THAT WERE INVOLVED IN DOMESTIC-FOCUSED COORDINATED INAUTHENTIC BEHAVIOR IN INDONESIA

REMOVED 211 FACEBOOK ACCOUNTS, 107 PAGES, 43 GROUPS, 87 INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS FOR COORDINATED INAUTHENTIC BEHAVIOR ORIGINATING IN UAE, EGYPT, NIGERIA

REMOVED 163 FB ACCOUNTS, 51 PAGES, 33 GROUPS & 4 INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS THAT WERE INVOLVED IN COORDINATED INAUTHENTIC BEHAVIOR FROM EGYPT

REMOVED 69 FACEBOOK ACCOUNTS, 42 PAGES & 34 INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS THAT WERE INVOLVED IN DOMESTIC-FOCUSED COORDINATED INAUTHENTIC BEHAVIOR IN INDONESIA


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