by Damjan Tutarkov
Fox News host Mark Levin accused Facebook on Monday of trying to “influence the election’s outcome” after Facebook censored his page due to “repeated sharing of false news.”
Facebook cited some of Levin’s violations, which included posts he shared that were false or missed context, according to “an independent fact-checker,” and notified him that the distribution of his page, which has around 1.5 million followers, would be limited.
[…] “People will also be able to see if a Page has a history of sharing false news,” Facebook’s notice said.
Levin responded by accusing the company of censorship in an attempt to influence the election.