The American company Facebook has deleted more than 300 accounts associated with the American extremist movement.
More than 300 accounts on Facebook and Instagram have been sanctioned, as well as more than 100 groups and communities directly related to the extremist movement known as Boogaloo. Together with them, about 500 more groups and communities were removed, in which publications of similar content were posted.
Participants in the extremist movement set out to start a second civil war in the United States. They were seen several times in protests that broke out in the United States after the death of African American George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Within a few weeks, a number of international corporations announced the suspension of cooperation on advertising with Facebook and other popular social networks, since the leadership of the latter allegedly does not take sufficient measures to delete racist messages and information that is misleading.