The company said on Saturday that Facebook was “itemizing” groups whose Posts continued to violate social network community norms, as part of its broader attempt to block misinformation after the US election. Administrators and moderators of political and social groups who violate the rules will be required to review each post individually. The manual procedure will be valid for 60 days and cannot be appealed or overturned. < / P > < p > & quot; for the time being, we are asking administrators and moderators of some political and social groups in the United States to be vetted if some members of their group violate community standards – in this unprecedented period, we are taking this measure to protect people, “said Leonard Lam, a Facebook spokesman. < / P > < p > < p > the new policy, reported earlier in the Washington Post, comes as Facebook, twitter, youtube and other social media sites struggle with a wave of misinformation triggered by an unusually controversial presidential campaign. Earlier this week, the world’s largest social network shut down a huge group called stop stealing, which lied about trying to snatch the presidency of Republican president Donald Trump. Global Tech