Facebook Just Removed More Pages and Accounts in the Run-Up to the U.S Midterm Elections

Political content was being used as clickbait to drive users to ad farms

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Another 559 pages and 251 accounts were removed from Facebook in a bid to thwart a coordinated effort to use the upcoming midterm elections in the U.S. as a way to make their content appear more popular on the social network and drive clicks to websites that are actually ad farms.

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