Facebook Removes 2 More Networks for Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior

Activity was focused on Uganda, Palestine


Facebook released its Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior Report for January 2021, covering the removals of two networks totaling 426 Facebook accounts, 153 Instagram accounts, 210 pages and 62 groups.

The social network removed 220 accounts, 32 pages, 59 groups and 139 Instagram accounts that originated in Uganda and targeted domestic audiences.

Facebook said its investigation found links to the Government Citizens Interaction Center at the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology in Uganda, with the help of research from the Atlantic Council’s Digital

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