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Putin: Facebook to allow calls for violence against Putin
Putin: Facebook to allow calls for violence against Putin
Putin: Facebook to allow calls for violence against Putin

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Putin: Facebook to allow calls for violence against Putin

Putin: The owner of Facebook and Instagram will allow users abroad to request violence against Vladimir Putin and Russian troops.

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Meta says it has temporarily tolerated some violent rhetoric, such as “death to Russian invaders,” which often violates its rules.

However, it says it will not allow calls for violence against Russian citizens.

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In response, Russia called on the US to suspend the “extremist activities” of the communications official.

Reuters news agency

The announcement came after Reuters news agency said it had seen internal emails explaining the policy changes.

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“As a result of Ukraine’s ongoing attacks. We have made a temporary difference to those affected by the war. Expressing violent feelings towards the invading troops,” a Meta spokesman told the BBC.

Under the amended policy, users in countries including Russia. Ukraine and Poland will also be able to request the death of Russian President Putin and Belarusian President Lukashenko.

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Putin: Facebook to allow calls for violence against Putin
Putin: Facebook to allow calls for violence against Putin

Emails reportedly said that death calls for leaders would be allowed. Unless they contained other purposes, or included location or routes.
Calls of violence against Russian citizens are also allowed if the post clearly indicates an attack on Ukraine, emails said.

Meta extremist activities

“We want the US authorities to stop the Meta extremist activities. And take steps to bring the perpetrators to justice,” the Russian ambassador to the US said.

“Facebook and Instagram users have not given the owners of these platforms. The right to decide the true path and to divide nations,” he added.
Russia announced last week that it had blocked Facebook and its forums. Citing 26 cases of “discrimination” in the Russian media. By Facebook since October 2020.

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Moscow has attacked many social media platforms as it pursues what it calls a “special mission” in Ukraine.

Putin

Putin was born in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg) and studied law at Leningrad State University, graduating in 1975. He served as a foreign intelligence officer for the KGB for 16 years. Rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel, before resigning in 1991 to start politics. his work in Saint Petersburg. He moved to Moscow in 1996 to join the administration of President Boris Yeltsin.

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He served briefly as director of the Federal Security Service (FSB). And secretary of the Security Council. After Yeltsin’s resignation. Putin became acting president. Putin re-served as prime minister from 2008 to 2012 under Dmitry Medvede and returned to the presidency in 2012 in a run-off election because allegations of fraud and protests; In April 2021, after a referendum. He signed constitutional amendments that would allow him to run for re-election twice, which could extend his presidency in 2036.

Russia’s economy grew for eight consecutive years

During Putin’s inauguration, Russia’s economy grew for eight consecutive years, with GDP measuring purchasing power increased by 72%; Satisfaction with Russian self-assessment has increased significantly.

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The growth was the result of a five-fold increase in oil and gas prices. Which included most of Russia’s exports. Recovery from post-Communist depression and financial crisis. Following the breakup of the Soviet Union, increased foreign investment, and prudent economic and financial policies. Putin also led Russia to victory in the Second Chechen War. Serving as prime minister under Medvedev. He oversaw major military and police reforms.

As well as Russia’s victory in the Russia-Georgia War. During his third term as president, oil price reductions in line with international sanctions imposed in early 2014 after Russia introduced military intervention in Ukraine and took over Crimea led to a 3.7% GDP decline in 2015, although Russia’s economy revived in 2016. 0.3% GDP growth.

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