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Facebook blocks Profile of several right-wing extremists

Facebook has blocked several accounts of right-wing extremists from the United States and the United Kingdom. The social network is under pressure, rules against hate comments consistently enforce.

The social network Facebook has locked Profiles of right-wing agitators from the United States and the United Kingdom. Reasons for the company from California called. The users are accused of being account of British, Milo Yiannopoulos, racism, and misogyny, amongst other things, to the blocked accounts. He wrote for the Website "Breitbart News" and supported the election campaign of Donald Trump.

Alex Jones, considered the Hetzer, is also affected by the exclusion from social networks. The conspiracy theorist runs a Radio talk show and Website "Infowars". In the past, he had distributed, among other things, that the US government in the attacks on September 11. September 2001 in New York, participated. He also claimed that the rampage was staged at the Sandy Hook High School of actors. After his Facebook Account was already locked, the company took to its Instagram Account to the visor.

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