The move against Myanmar’s army chief and other top military brass was the first time Facebook has barred members of the military or state actors. Photo: ReutersThe move against Myanmar’s army chief and other top military brass was the first time Facebook has barred members of the military or state actors. Photo: Reuters
The move against Myanmar’s army chief and other top military brass was the first time Facebook has barred members of the military or state actors. Photo: Reuters

Should Facebook’s ban on Myanmar’s military be used against other repressive regimes?

The social network blocks Myanmar’s top generals after the UN said its website was being used to spread hate, raising difficult questions on how the company deals with governments that spread false information

Topic |   Myanmar
The move against Myanmar’s army chief and other top military brass was the first time Facebook has barred members of the military or state actors. Photo: ReutersThe move against Myanmar’s army chief and other top military brass was the first time Facebook has barred members of the military or state actors. Photo: Reuters
The move against Myanmar’s army chief and other top military brass was the first time Facebook has barred members of the military or state actors. Photo: Reuters
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