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What: Content from people, Pages, and Groups that have violated our Community Standards, Terms of Service, or our Content Distribution Guidelines on multiple, separate occasions in the recent past. This includes content created by users who attempt to circumvent our policies by creating multiple accounts. If a user posts content which goes against our more severe policies, such as our policy on dangerous individuals and organizations, we may take action on their first violation.
Why: When people post content that violates our Community Standards or that triggers certain demotions, we expect them to change their behavior. If they don’t, we implement stricter demotions for a set period of time to encourage compliance with our policies.