Donald Trump’s Fb and Instagram accounts blocked till a minimum of 2023 below new enforcement guidelines

Angry! It never got boring with Donald Trump sitting in the highest seat in the country, but he definitely moved up a notch in the last presidential election. If you recall, Donnie used his social media accounts to praise the violence that took place at the Capitol on January 6, which led various social media sites to suspend his accounts indefinitely.

Facebook announced on Friday that Trump’s social media accounts will be banned for the next two years under the new enforcement protocols the company has put in place. The new time frame will apply from the date of the first suspension on January 7, 2021.

“Given the gravity of the circumstances that led to Mr. Trump’s suspension, we believe his actions constituted a serious breach of enforcement protocols,” Facebook said. “We will block his accounts for two years from the date of the first block on January 7th of this year.”

The company added that it will review Trump’s previous activity on the platforms to see if “the risk to public safety has decreased”. The announcement states that if Trump’s suspension is lifted, there is a risk that his pages will be permanently removed if he again violates the platform’s community guidelines.

“We know that today’s decision will be criticized by many people on opposite sides of the political divide – but our job is to make a decision as proportionate, fair and transparent as possible, according to instructions from the regulator.” “

However, Facebook and Instagram seem to give Donnie more indulgence than Twitter. As we reported earlier, shortly after it became known that Mark Zuckerberg’s accounts would be temporarily suspended, Twitter announced that Donald would get the boat on a permanent basis.

A new Twitter account popped up a few months later and the platform quickly picked it up to post on behalf of the former president.

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