Facebook Removed 20M+ Pieces of Content in Q2 for Covid-19 Misinformation

The company released its quarterly Community Standards Enforcement Report


More than 20 million pieces of content were removed from Facebook and Instagram worldwide during the second quarter of 2021 for violating its policies on Covid-19 misinformation, the social network said in its Community Standards Enforcement Report for the period, which was released Wednesday.

Over 3,000 accounts, groups and pages were removed for repeatedly violating Facebook’s rules against spreading Covid-19 and vaccine misinformation, while warnings were displayed on more than 190 million pieces of content that the social network’s third-party

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