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Facebook suspends ‘organized network’ of Pakistani accounts and web pages

Facebook, the world’s largest social networking site, has announced that it has suspended a ‘Organized Network’ of 103 web pages, 78 groups, 453 individual accounts, and 107 Instagram accounts from Pakistan on its platform that has been suspended for involvement in suspicious activities.

According to Facebook, they investigated a suspicious account’s “Organized Network” and found that they were “organized and uncertified.”

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Facebook has published its report entitled ‘Coordinated in Authentic Behavior,’ a piece of information that identifies accounts that are being run in a highly organized manner and trying to divert public attention.

Facebook provided information about these accounts and pages to the Internet Observatory Group (SIO) at Stanford University in the United States.

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Facebook provided information about these accounts and pages to the Internet Observatory (SIO) Group at Stanford University in the United States.

The group’s research found that the most important common denominator was that the suspended accounts violated Facebook’s policies by systematically reporting large-scale accounts to Pakistan. They were used to publish material against Islam, the Pakistani government, and the Pakistani army.

The SIO’s investigation also revealed that the suspended accounts also reported for the suspension of accounts linked to the Ahmadi community and that the Pakistani military, Pakistani intelligence published the content on the network’s pages and accounts. The ISI and the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) were full of praise.

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