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On the whole, the architecture of the former Soviet Union was uniform and dreary – but a recently published photography book reveals that there were some gems, from a ‘flying saucer’ building to an office block that resembles a game of Jenga.
Facebook routinely pulls down networks of fake accounts, but it’s unusual for the company to look at accounts that are no longer posting content. The move raises questions about what fake accounts Facebook might have missed in the past, but it also shows the company is thinking about ways people might try to get back onto the platform after they’re booted from the social network.
In an interview with SiriusXM’s Jim Norton & Sam Roberts Show on Thursday, Stone denied the allegations. “The charge that I owned hundreds of fake Facebook pages is categorically false. It’s just not true,” he said.
Some of the pages and groups they managed claimed to be hacktivist groups. These accounts posed as journalists and locals in countries they targeted. This network posted about current events, including the Syrian civil war, and politics in several countries such as Ukraine, Russia and the US. They tried to get Facebook users to visit other websites, links which the social network said it has blocked.
The interior has since been destroyed, and today it serves as a trade pavilion’ Mr Kotov adds: ‘Originally containing two auditoriums seating 1,600 and 1,000, with a small hall accommodating 280, the complex also included exhibition areas, a dance floor and a café. A cinema in Yerevan, Armenia, that was built in 1975 and intended to resemble the two peaks of Mount Ararat.
The South Asian nation will restrict bidders from any country it shares a land border with, under amended investment rules that cite concerns over national security, according to the report. The decision is awaiting approval from the Indian Prime Minister’s office and is set to be announced within one to two weeks.
Facebook said it hasn’t any seen any overlap of coordination between these three networks. In September, Facebook pulled down another network of fake accounts that duped some freelance journalists into writing for a site called PeaceData that described itself as a “global news organization.” PeaceData says on its website that it’s no longer operating. This isn’t the first time Facebook has announced takedown of Russian-linked fake accounts.
The network of Russian-linked accounts that had the most following were tied to Russian intelligence services. About 59,000 accounts followed one or more of these Pages and around 2,000 people followed one or more of these Instagram accounts. They posted about politics in various countries including the US. They posed as editors and researchers to get people to write articles for their sites. Facebook pulled 23 Facebook accounts, 6 Pages, and 8 Instagram accounts in this network.
And of course, a change in some status quo, which is based on the spirit and letter of international law, could lead 22 usd to rub serious destabilisation,” Peskov told reporters in Moscow. “Russia performs a very important function …
Chinese telecoms Huawei and ZTE are expected to be locked out of India’s 5G rollout plans amid spiralling relations between the neighbouring countries, according to a Bloomberg report published Thursday.
MOSCOW/CHISINAU, Nov 30 (Reuters) – The Kremlin on Monday rebuffed calls by Moldova’s incoming president, Maia Sandu, for Russian troops to withdraw from the breakaway region of Transdniestria, saying it would be seriously destabilising.
The social network removed 54 Facebook accounts, 50 pages and four Instagram accounts tied to Stone and his associates for violating its rules against misleading others about their identity and purpose. The accounts were most active between 2015 to 2017 and some had already been deleted.
Gleicher said the network of older accounts predates his time at the company and the social network’s policies against what’s called “coordinated inauthentic behavior.” Around 2016, he said, Facebook was focused on foreign interference in elections and the older fake accounts also tied to Stone didn’t get a lot of engagement.
Some of the recent Russian-linked fake accounts that Facebook took down shared a small amount of content about the US, but it didn’t appear to be the primary focus of these networks. Russian interference in US elections has been a top concern after a Russian troll farm known as the Internet Research Agency used Facebook to post content to sow discord among Americans during the 2016 US presidential election.
Stone, convicted last year in federal court of seven felonies, including obstructing a congressional investigation into Russia’s 2016 election interference, has ties to the Proud Boys. Search warrants related to the congressional investigation included allegations that Stone had purchased hundreds of fake Facebook accounts. Facebook discovered the older accounts while it was looking into the Proud Boys, a far-right men’s group, and their attempt to return to the social network after they were barred from the platform in 2018.