The world’s largest social networking company Facebook removes about 220 FB pages, 73 accounts, and 29 Instagram accounts.
On Friday (January 11, 2019), Facebook has deleted 73 social media accounts, 29 Instagram accounts, and 220 pages for violating their policies.
The social media network also informed the Philippine government about the removal of a page followed by 43 million users, wherein the majority is Filipinos.
The digital marketing company Twinmark Media Enterprises and all its subsidiaries completely from its platform has been removed by the media giant.
Facebook Cybersecurity Policy head Nathaniel Gleicher explained that Twinmark Media violated the network’s policies repeatedly.
“We have notified the Philippine government already regarding it, but we don’t recommend what the government should do. We’re more focused on removing the violating behavior from our platform,” Gleicher said quoted by GMA.
Twinmark owns the popular pages such as “Filipino Channel Online,” “Gorgeous Me,” “Unhappy,” “Text Message,” and “TNP Media.”
Gleicher explained that this is one of the most significant take downs in the world by removing not only violating behavior but an entire organization.
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