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OCT 4, 2022
Meta will remove Pages and groups that repeatedly violate the Facebook Community Standards. This includes:
If the name, description or cover photo of a Page or group violates our Community Standards.
If an admin of a Page or group creates content, such as posts, comments or rooms, that violates our Community Standards.
If a group moderator creates content that violates our Community Standards.
If a group admin or moderator approves violating content from a group member.
With Page Quality and Group Quality, you can see exactly when we removed a piece of content from your Page or group, along with what policy it violated.
We'll notify you when we disable a Page or group that you manage. We'll also let you know whether you can request another review if you believe that we made a mistake.