Facebook Suppresses services that promise to help Instagram Users buy themselves the following large image application. The social network said today It filed a lawsuit against a New Zealand-based company that manages one of these "followers buying service".
The suit is located in an American court and targets the three individuals who run the company, which are not named.
We could not get a copy of the suit at first, but we asked Facebook for more details.
This work comes months later Exposed Tech Crunch 17 of the buyer's followers who used the Instagram ad network to navigate their goods were selected by service users.
Instagram responded by saying that it removed all ads, and disabled all Facebook and Instagram accounts for services that we reported to be in violation of its policies. However, just one day later, TechCrunch found ads from two Instagram companies, while five other companies were found to pay for promoting growth services for policy followers.
Facebook has intensified its efforts to suppress "wrong behavior" on its platforms in recent months. This included removing accounts and pages from Facebook and Instagram in countries including India, Pakistan, the Philippines, the United Kingdom, Romania, Iran, Russia, Macedonia and Kosovo this year. High-level actions included removal suspension Right-wing activist in the UK Tommy Robinson From Facebook and Myanmar, Where Facebook has been criticized a lot, The company banned four armed groups.