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Facebook takes down "Telebachennya Toronto" page

18.11.2022, 15:10
Photo: Telebachennya Toronto
Photo: Telebachennya Toronto

On November 17, Facebook took down the page of "Telebachennya Toronto" page due to "hate speech" in their video about a prominent Ukrainian historian Volodymyr Antonovych.

"Telebachennya Toronto" host Maksym Shcherbyna reported this on Twitter.

The page had 130,000 subscribers.

The team also reported the takedown on their Telegram channel; they posted the same screenshot and asked the audience to read the post carefully and compare it with the stated reason for the takedown.

"Yes, our FB page has been taken down completely, but due to the platform's buggy algorithms, the messages about the reasons for this are only getting through to us now. Study this screenshot carefully. It states the reasons for deleting one of our posts, and you can clearly see the text of the post in question," the post reads.

As IMI reported, Facebook deleted a post by Natalya Sedletska, editor of the Skhemy project, about their investigation into the secret Russian citizenship of Ukrainian Supreme Court judge Bohdan Lviv. The post allegedly violated the Community Standards.

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