"These platforms do not suit this nation. We want to shut down, control (them) by bringing (a bill) to parliament as soon as possible," he said.
The dancer, 42, denied the accusations, saying the content was stolen and shared from her phone without consent.
The legal dispute stems from 2014 after Russia illegally annexed Crimea in Ukraine.
The new operation likewise focused heavily on protests in Hong Kong, but also promoted messages about the coronavirus pandemic, exiled Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui and Taiwan, the researchers said.
The world’s biggest social media company removed about 4.7 million posts connected to organized hate organizations.
Yemeni Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Tawakkol Karman has been picked as one of 20 members of the new board, but has in the past proclaimed support for the Islamist organization.
The Chinese government reportedly recorded the first coronavirus case as early as November 17.
"The film will not be screened in theatres in the predominantly Muslim UAE, a desert country of around 10 million people where gay sex is illegal," said filmmaker Hitesh Kewalya.
The commissioner's directive was circulated across all public libraries and bookstores, where all copies of the book "Someone to Run With" are now no longer available for sale.