Since Facebook announced last month that it would attack qanon and militia movements on its platform, the company has deleted more than 6500 pages and groups related to the “militarized social movement.”. Under the new rules, Facebook said it would delete accounts associated with qanon, militia and other offline anarchists if they discussed potential violence. < / P > < p > now, only a month after the launch of the strike movement, people are able to better understand the changes it has brought. Brian Fishman, head of Facebook’s counterterrorism and danger group, said the company had identified more than 300 organizations and deleted thousands of pages and groups as a result of the new rules. < p > < p > last month, Facebook drew close attention to the policy by not deleting an activity page calling for armed response to protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Mark Zuckerberg later called it an “operational error.”. Epic Games accused Google of monopolizing the latter, which may have a better chance than apple

By ibmwl