Another 20 persons ‘ Facebook ID has been banned in Myanmar Senapradhansh on charges of spreading a malicious statement. The largest of these individuals and organizations have announced the deletion of 18 accounts. Facebook, the message organization, announced today in its own blog post on Monday. These accounts have been removed in the context of “inciting hatred and false information”, the organization said.
On behalf of Facebook, the Facebook accounts of 20 individuals and institutions in Myanmar were banned. Including Army chief Senior General Min Aung Hlyingyer account. As is the account of the army-owned television channel ‘ Miyawaday ‘.
A total of 18 Facebook accounts, a Instagram account, and 52 Facebook pages have been removed, Facebook reports. This followed a million people. In a statement, Facebook reports, “We are banning a total of 20 individuals and organizations on Facebook from Myanmar Army chief Senior general Mi Aung Hlansah. The decision is not to let sectarian and religious tensions increase. “We have taken various steps to consider human rights since the beginning of the current year,” the statement said. It is our huge responsibility to make a lot of people use Facebook. We determined be more careful in the future. ’
Information-Technology desk, Monday, 27th August, H B News