Facebook investigations revealed that Archimedes had spent some $1.1 million on pretend adverts, paid for in Brazilian reais, Israeli shekels and US dollars. Facebook gave examples of Archimedes Group political interference in Nigeria, Senegal, Togo, Angola, Niger and Tunisia. In January 2019, Facebook stated it has removed 783 Iran-linked accounts, pages and teams for participating in what it called “coordinated inauthentic behaviour”.
When you’ve finished setting up your new page, Facebook will ask you to verify your privateness settings in your profile to ensure you’re sharing what you wish to share. You’ll be capable of choose the photos and videos … Read More