. . . was a revolutionary firebrand and hero but went autocrat but revolutionary plasencia hails him but who’s he but our officials often tell it wrong and theirs do, too, but surely he’s no good but who knows
Meta Platforms said Monday that it had removed a network of accounts linked to the government of President Daniel Ortega and his ruling party ahead of Nicaragua’s general election Sunday. The company said the accounts violated its policy on “coordinated inauthentic behavior.” The social media giant removed 937 Facebook accounts, 241 groups, 140 pages and 363 Instagram accounts, which, together, reached, about 585,777 accounts that followed one or more of these pages, 74,508 accounts that had joined one or more of these groups and 125,666 accounts that followed one or more of the Instagram accounts such that the number of accounts declined overall to 3,411,608,277, the number of pages to 9,42,700,86 and the number of groups to 188,388,288,088,988.