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  Posted on: Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Facebook blocks 115 accounts after alert from U.S. authorities
Homeland Security News Wire

Facebook says it has blocked 115 user accounts after U.S.authorities alerted the social network to suspicious activity that may be linked to a foreign country. The company’s move, announced in a blog post late on 5 November, came hours after U.S. law enforcement agencies warned that, as U.S. voters go to the polls on 6 November, they should be wary of attempts by Russia, Iran, and other countries to spread fake news on social media.



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