Facebook Just Removed 2 Networks of Pages and Accounts for Inauthentic Activity in Russia

The social network found no links between the groups

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Facebook removed two separate groups of pages and accounts for engaging in coordinated inauthentic activity in Russia: 289 Facebook pages and 75 Facebook accounts from a network that originated in Russia and operated in the Baltics, central Asia, the Caucasus and countries in central and Eastern Europe; and 107 Facebook pages, groups and accounts, along with 41 Instagram accounts, from a network that originated in Russia and operated in Ukraine.

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