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NOV 30, 2022
As the world becomes more interconnected, threat actors target people across the internet. Our goal is to detect and counter them, while constantly improving our defenses. Using what we call a Network Disruption approach, we take down each adversarial network of accounts and Pages as a whole, rather than removing them piecemeal. This makes it harder for malicious groups to come back and target people who use our apps.
Since 2017, we’ve reported takedowns of more than 150 covert influence operations, cyber espionage, mass reporting and brigading networks. We know bad actors are persistent, but so are we, and we’re staying vigilant to help protect people globally.