LIST: False news shared by PH-based pages taken down by Facebook

Alex Evangelista
LIST: False news shared by PH-based pages taken down by Facebook
The spam network that Facebook took down shared some false news reports that were fact-checked by Rappler

MANILA, Philippines – On Monday, October 22, Facebook took down a network – composed of 95 pages and 39 accounts – that violated their policies on spam and authenticity. (READ: Facebook removes pro-Duterte pages for violating policies)

The network, they said, shared a range of political and entertainment content, but were all sharing links to the same “advertising click farms” outside of Facebook.

Facebook, in a press release, identified 12 of the 134 total pages and accounts that were taken down.

We list down the false or misleading articles shared by these accounts and pages, which have been fact-checked by Rappler. These false stories had political content, particularly about former Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, Senator Leila de Lima, former senator Bongbong Marcos, and the accomplishments of President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration.

Duterte Media 

FALSE. A screenshot of one of the misleading stories that was shared by the pages and groups that Facebook took down.




Duterte Phenomenon

SPAM. Facebook took down a 'spam network' of pages and groups that was sharing false news. This is a screenshot of one of the stories that was shared repeatedly.


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