Palestinian Apology from Facebook |  NTV

Palestinian Apology from Facebook | NTV

Social media giant Facebook apologized, explaining that the blocking of Canadian users in their posts supporting Palestine “was due to a technical malfunction”.

Facebook Canada announced that the problem was caused by a “technical glitch” after some users complained that their posts about the violence in Palestine had disappeared or their views were deleted in the past few weeks.

The company apologized for the issue affecting users from sharing information.

The statement said, “This mistake should never have happened. It’s designed to give everyone a voice and keep them safe in our practices, and we apply these policies equally to whoever they are.” expressions were used.

However, there was no information on whether pro-Israel broadcasts or other Middle Eastern content were affected by the issue.

Speaking to CBC, Palestinian supporters claimed that their posts on their social media accounts had disappeared and that Facebook had blocked content related to the latest violence.

A total of 254 people, 67 children and 39 women, were killed and hundreds were injured in the attacks carried out by Israeli soldiers on Sheikh Jerrah District, Masjid al-Aqsa and later Gaza in Jerusalem at the end of last month.

Despite all the obstacles, social media users, while supporting the events in Palestine with their posts, also contributed greatly to the formation of public opinion in the world.

Those who have crowd followers on social media sites such as Facebook have been announcing that there are restrictions on their pro-Palestinian posts for a while.


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