The President of Venezuela has been accused of “repeated violations” of company policy regarding false information related to Covid-19.
OneNear Donald Trump, the social network Facebook targets Nicolas Maduro. Mark Zuckerberg’s company announced on Saturday that after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro “repeatedly violated” the U.S. company’s Covid-19-related false information policy, the company had “Blocked” for 30 days. The spokesperson told AFP: “Due to repeated violations of our regulations, we blocked the page for 30 days. During this time, the page can only be in read mode.” Nicolas Maduro’s account remains It is open and visible, but he will not be able to publish any publications or comments within a month.
Facebook said in a statement: “We removed a video from Mr. Maduro’s page,” and the socialist president praised the effectiveness of Carvativir, which has not been confirmed by medical research. Facebook has warned the administrator of Nicolas Maduro’s account in the past that he violated the rules. In February of this year, Nicolas Maduro also criticized the social network, condemning Facebook’s “censorship” of a video that caused Carvativir: [Facebook] Say, I can’t talk about kavatevir until the WHO[World Health Organization]has passed the verification. Who is ruling Venezuela? Who is in control of the world? Owner of Facebook? “[Organisationmondialedelasanté}n’apasvalidéjenepeuxpasparlerduCarvativirQuidirigeleVenezuela?Quidirigelemonde?LepropriétairedeFacebook?»[世界卫生组织}通过验证之前，我不能谈论卡瓦替韦。谁在统治委内瑞拉？谁在掌控世界？Facebook的所有者？”[Organisationmondialedelasanté}n’apasvalidéjenepeuxpasparlerduCarvativirQuidirigeleVenezuela ?Quidirigelemonde ?LepropriétairedeFacebook ? »
Facebook has ensured that it attacks “publications that contain misleading, false or unfounded health-related claims, including those that ensure that the product can provide 100% prevention or immunity or can cure the disease.”. According to Facebook, since the beginning of the pandemic, the company’s automated system has eliminated more than 12 million misleading content about Covid-19 or vaccines.
According to official figures from the opposition, Venezuela (33 million inhabitants) has so far recorded approximately 150,000 declared cases of Covidella infection and 1,500 deaths. Authorities are now worried about the increase in new cases, especially the emergence of Brazilian virus strains.
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