REPORT: Facebook Removes More Pages Tied To InfoWars’ Alex Jones After Policy Change

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Facebook removed more than 20 pages tied to internet provocateur Alex Jones and InfoWars on Tuesday after the Silicon Valley giant updated its policies to prevent banned accounts from resurfacing in different forms.

The company’s decision comes several months after the company banned four of Jones’s pages in August — Twitter and YouTube followed shortly thereafter. Facebook changed its “recidivism policy” in January, which previously banned users from creating similar pages to those that were deleted.

The article goes on to state the following:

“We updated this policy because we saw people working to get around our previous recidivism policy by using existing Pages that they already manage for the same purpose as the Page we had removed for violating our Community Standards,” a company representative told tech outlet Recode.

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