The social network’s head of security policy, Nathaniel Gleicher, said on Saturday that Facebook has banned Russian state media from running ads on the Russian military operation in Ukraine and monetizing the platform. “We are now prohibiting Russian state media from running or monetizing ads on our platform anywhere in the world. We continue to apply the label to additional Russian state media as well. These changes have already started and over the weekend as well. Will continue,” Gleicher said in a tweet. The security policy states that the company is closely monitoring the situation in Ukraine and will continue to share steps being taken to protect people on its platform.
ICC is monitoring Russia’s attack
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has given notice to the fighters and their commanders that it is monitoring Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and has jurisdiction to prosecute war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Internet disrupted in Ukraine
Internet connectivity observatory Netblox said on Saturday that Internet connectivity in Ukraine has been severely affected by Russian aggression, particularly in parts of the country where fighting has been heaviest.
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