According to foreign media CNET, Facebook is preparing for a possible chaotic presidential election in the United States. In an interview with the Financial Times published on Tuesday, Nick Clegg, Facebook’s head of global affairs, said the social network had some “urgent” options if the November election turned out to be “extremely chaotic, or worse, a series of violence.”. According to reports, Clegg declined to elaborate on specific measures Facebook is willing to take in the United States, but said the social network had previously taken special measures to restrict content in the context of civil strife around the world. < / P > < p > Facebook has been working on contingency plans for months to prevent president Donald Trump from questioning the legitimacy of the election through the content on the social network. Facebook has explored about 70 different electoral options, the Financial Times reported, citing an unnamed source. Clegg told the financial times that the company also had a virtual war room that would monitor suspicious activity and update its voter information hub with verification results. < / P > < p > Facebook has taken steps to combat the spread of misinformation about the election. It has been tagging posts about voting and has been guiding users to an online hub that includes voting information from authoritative sources. The social network said it would also block new political and issue ads in the week before the November 3 election. The release and download schedule of Microsoft Flight Simulation varies from region to region