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Meta restricts Russia state media accounts at Ukraine request

Meta says restricts some Russia state media accounts at Ukraine request

Feb 27 (Reuters) – Meta Platforms Inc┬áhas restricted some accounts in Ukraine, including some accounts belonging to Russia state media organizations, at the request of the Ukrainian government, the company’s head of global affairs Nick Clegg said in a tweet on Sunday.

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“The Ukrainians have also suggested that we remove access to Facebook and Instagram in Russia. However, people in Russia are using FB and IG to protest and organize against the war and as a source of independent information,” Clegg said in another tweet.

He said the Russian government was already throttling Meta’s platform to prevent these activities and that turning off its services would “silence important expression at a crucial time.”

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These latest clampdowns are just the latest in a long line of the West’s social and economic reprisal for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. FIFA has suspended Russia from football, and the West has removed many Russian banks from SWIFT. Read more

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