Facebook’s ‘cleanup campaign’, more than 800 accounts and closed pages

Facebook‘s ‘cleanup campaign’, more than 800 accounts and closed pages. Facebook said that the pages which have been removed include content from both parties of political ideology.

New York: Facebook has said that it has closed more than 800 pages and accounts to spamming users with unsolicited links and click baits with political content a few weeks before the mid-term elections in America. Restricted accountants and Facebook sites demonstrated “coordinated unprofessional behavior”, such as working together to show the page more popular than reality. Facebook said that it was designed to mislead users who they are and what they are doing.

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The social networking site said that these accounts spread “sensational political content” that was designed to take people out of Facebook to advertising websites filled with advertising. In the past, such spammers have often been focusing on celebrity gossip, weight loss measures and fake iPhone.

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Facebook said that the pages which have been removed include content from both parties of political ideology. However, he refused to say that the right wing page was more or the left was more content. The deleted page includes conservative “nation in distances” and others including the left “snowflakes”. These include “Regular People Unite”, “The Resistance” and “Right Wings News”.

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Facebook said that he does not see the contents of those posts and photos which are spreading these accounts; rather, they look at their “behavior” during page deletion whether they are using fake accounts or send spam Are there.

Facebook has been working to eliminate misinformation and interference in elections since the Russian agents have been informed about the misuse of their services in the 2016 US presidential election.