Facebook recently launched a more in-depth investigation into influential networks on the platform and cleaned up three so-called “CIB” networks suspected of being involved in coordination. Two of them are specifically for the United States, and the third network is for Myanmar users. With only a few days left to vote in the US presidential election, Facebook’s move highlights the social platform’s intolerance of spreading misinformation, intervening in elections, and manipulating users. < / P > < p > Facebook added: because these organizations don’t have enough time to operate and cultivate their audience, the focus of behind the scenes has shifted to so-called “perception hacking.”. In this way, these organizations can make themselves appear more influential than they are, and intervene in the direction of voting through certain operations. < p > < p > in the past few months, many businesses, experts and government agencies have warned that misleading information may flood into the Internet, making many people doubt the authenticity and accuracy of the US presidential election. In response, Facebook said it was monitoring groups suspected of such behavior. For ordinary netizens, please pay more attention to fact checking. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days