Facebook Bans Groups Promoting Theories Against Pedophile Human Trafficking Network
Facebook has recently banned all the QAnon conspiracy theory movements from its platform.
"Starting today, we will remove Facebook Pages, Groups, and Instagram accounts," the company said on Tuesday.
This attempt was made to reduce the violence that was being promoted in the name of protecting children.
While we’ve removed QAnon content that celebrates and supports violence, we’ve seen other QAnon content tied to different forms of real-world harm, including recent claims that the west coast wildfires were started by certain groups,” Facebook wrote.
“QAnon messaging changes very quickly and we see networks of supporters build an audience with one message and then quickly pivot to another.”
According to research, QAnon content has been designed to spread false information about voting and COVID-19.
The group has cited a number of satanic rituals. Many stories have highlighted politicians and many Hollywood elites.
So far, Facebook is the only Social Media platform looking into content by QAnon.