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Facebook removes top Myanmar to ’hate’

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MENLO PARK – About twenty key people and organisations in Myanmar can for the time being not more on Facebook. Their accounts are Monday removed because they “hate and misinformation” to spread.

Here is the page of Min Aung Hlaing.

These include Min Aung Hlaing, commander-in-chief of the army of Myanmar. According to a UN report, he should be prosecuted for massacres against the Rohingya minority.

Also, the tv transmitter of the armed forces, Myawady, is no longer welcome on Facebook. “We want to prevent them from using our services to ethnic and religious tensions to stir up,” writes Facebook.

Facebook removes eighteen profiles and more than fifty pages. Also an account on daughter’s Instagram has been deleted. The accounts have about twelve million followers.

In addition, his 12 accounts and 46 pages deleted due to ’spurious behaviour’. They would have coordinated the message of the army of Myanmar have spread.

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