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Facebook removed three more networks from its platform for engaging in coordinated inauthentic behavior, with two of them focused on the U.S.
The first network consisted of two pages and 22 Instagram accounts, which were removed for foreign interference.
Head of security policy Nathaniel Gleicher said in a Newsroom post Tuesday that the accounts were operated—wittingly and unwittingly—by individuals from Mexico and Venezuela, and the U.S. was their primary target.
Some of the people behind the accounts claimed to work for apparently nonexistent Polish firm Social CMS.