Facebook protects Afghan user accounts from being viewed

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After the militant Islamist Taliban came to power on Facebook accounts in Afghanistan, there is no longer any possibility of looking at or searching through lists of friends. This function has been temporarily removed to protect users from attacks, said the company’s head of security policy, Nathaniel Gleicher, on Twitter.

You can also go through a new one in Afghanistan Tool It is now easier to block your own Facebook account with a single click of the mouse. The company said: “When your profile is blocked, people who are not friends with you cannot download or share their profile photo or see posts on their timeline.”

The group also wants to protect Afghan Instagram accounts, wrote like. “On Instagram, we will be introducing pop-up warnings in Afghanistan with specific steps to take to protect your account.” At the same time, he appealed to users in other countries with “friends” in Afghanistan to protect them with stricter visibility settings for their own accounts. There is also one CPJ safety guide for journalists. US authorities have also deleted traces online to protect civilians.


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