The writer criticized the social network for “the flow of false information” in political advertising and deleted the account.
American writer Stephen King decided to delete his Facebook account because of concerns about the security of personal data.
I’m deleted from Facebook. I am dissatisfied with the flow of false information that is allowed in his political advertising. I’m also not sure about his ability to protect users’ personal data,” King wrote on Twitter.
The day before it became known that Facebook blocked the account of the wife of the president of Ukraine Elena Zelenskaya because of suspicious activity.
The social network also deleted the video of the march in memory of the Heroes of Krut, which took place in Kharkiv. The violation concerned the standards of “relatively dangerous individuals and organizations.”