Facebook said the most widely followed accounts and pages were in the Philippines, where they shared content supporting Beijing’s actions in the contested South China Sea. Photo: dpa Facebook said the most widely followed accounts and pages were in the Philippines, where they shared content supporting Beijing’s actions in the contested South China Sea. Photo: dpa
Facebook said the most widely followed accounts and pages were in the Philippines, where they shared content supporting Beijing’s actions in the contested South China Sea. Photo: dpa

Facebook takes down Chinese accounts active in US and Philippines politics

  • The most widely followed accounts were sharing content supporting Beijing’s actions in South China Sea, as well as Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte
  • Facebook says it could ‘act aggressively’ to restrict content in case of turmoil after US election

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Facebook said the most widely followed accounts and pages were in the Philippines, where they shared content supporting Beijing’s actions in the contested South China Sea. Photo: dpa Facebook said the most widely followed accounts and pages were in the Philippines, where they shared content supporting Beijing’s actions in the contested South China Sea. Photo: dpa
Facebook said the most widely followed accounts and pages were in the Philippines, where they shared content supporting Beijing’s actions in the contested South China Sea. Photo: dpa
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