According to foreign media reports, Facebook has become the latest social media company to crack down on the spread of qanon conspiracy theory groups and similar groups. The company announced the latest changes in an August update to a statement on how the company deals with various organizations and other violence related activities. This time, the change the media company has brought is about advertising. < p > < p > qanon refers to a far right conspiracy theory that has become popular on the Internet. It originated from an anonymous photo board, and later developed into a large-scale and absurd social movement, mainly focusing on trump. < / P > < p > like other similar movements, this movement also connects itself to violence by threatening to use violence against others or expressing support for violence. In its latest update on September 30, Facebook said it would no longer allow anyone to post ads on its platform that “appreciates, supports or represents” qanon or what it calls other “militia social movements.”. < / P > < p > the company also mentioned the “save the children” tag that had sprung up on its platform and said it was taking steps to address issues like qanon that might use these to increase its fan base. The report shows that the number of app store purchases soared in the first half of this year due to the impact of covid-19