Facebook and twitter said on Thursday that they had smashed more than a dozen fake information dissemination networks supported by political groups or with official backgrounds in many countries to avoid cheating on their platform users. In separate statements, the two companies said they had frozen more than 3500 accounts that used false identities and other fraudulent practices to disseminate false or misleading information. < / P > < p > the network targets users in many countries, including the United States. The U.S. government has warned that foreign governments are trying to influence the outcome of this November’s presidential election. < / P > < p > Facebook and twitter were shelled for failing to prevent Russia from intervening in the 2016 US presidential election. That’s why the two companies announced a series of measures to combat false information ahead of this year’s presidential election. < / P > < p > both social media companies have worked with U.S. law enforcement agencies to track and disrupt political campaigns aimed at American voters. These groups are all accused of having links with foreign governments, mainly Iran and Russia. The impact of the networks smashed on Thursday is not limited to the US presidential election. Facebook and twitter said they targeted internet users in at least 16 other countries or regions, including Azerbaijan, Nigeria and Japan. < / P > < p > “our goal of disclosing this information is to give the public a better understanding of the means used by these countries to abuse and undermine open democratic dialogue.” The company said in a statement. < p > < p > Facebook said it had discovered a total of 10 networks, some of which had previously been publicly disclosed. These networks are mainly related to political groups targeting democratic audiences, including the Myanmar military and the youth forces of the ruling Azerbaijani party. < / P > < p > “deception like this blurs the line between healthy public debate and human manipulation and raises particularly complex issues.” Said Nathaniel gleicher, head of Facebook’s network security policy. < p > < p > < p > the Washington Post has reported that turning point USA has published spam like political content, and has published more than 4500 tweets containing identity content in a short period of time. Twitter froze 20 related accounts at the time, and Facebook said it would investigate the behavior. Turning point USA said the accusation was related to an independent entity. “Facebook’s communications team has identified the error,” the company said in a statement Global Tech