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Visbook has been deleted by the Myanmar army under its standards that prohibits incitement to violence.

The social network did not mention whether a particular incident was paid to reply, but came hours after the killing of demonstrators when police opened fire against a demonstration against the first coup.

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The representative of Facebook said in a statement:

 In line with our global policies, we have removed the Tatmadaw True News Information Team from Facebook because of repeated violations of our community standards that prohibit incitement to violence and harm coordination.

Known as the Myanmar Army (Tatmadaw) Tatmadaw, was not named his Tatmadaw True News Information Team available, and press Facebook on the Myanmar army after the coup that ousted its elected government.

He said emergency workers: Two people were killed in Mandalay - the second largest city in Myanmar - when police opened fire and soldiers on demonstrators who were demonstrating against the overthrow of the government (Aung San Suu Kyi) Aung San Suu Kyi elected, in the bloodiest days since more than two weeks of demonstrations .

The social platform in recent years has engaged with civil rights activists and democratic political parties in Myanmar against the army after being severe international criticism of her failure to contain hate campaigns online.

In 2018, the commander of the army (Min Aung Hlaing) was banned - the military ruler now - and 19 senior officers and organizations, and hundreds of pages and accounts run by military personnel were banned because of the coordination of their behavior.

Before November elections, Facebook announced that it had closed a 70 network and a counterfeit page run by members of the army, which was published either positive about the army or criticism of Sue and its party.

Facebook has imposed multiple restrictions since the coup, previously united from the Tatmadaw True News Information page arrives because of misleading information.

The pro-coup publications that claim the forging voters and prevented government agencies from requesting content.

The Myanmar army tried to take many steps to strange pro-democracy protests, and ban on Facebook and closed access to the Internet.

It is clear that Facebook is eager to avoid failing to work and forgetting those who helped hate against Rohingya in Myanmar.

The podium sends a message that governments are not above misleading and violence rules, even if there are fears that Facebook may be severely cautious about withdrawing materials.
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