By Kunal Kashyap 27 feb 2022
The Russian government moved to "partially restrict" Facebook access in the country on Friday after Russia's ministry of communications accused the social network of unlawful censorship.
The list allegedly includes the official Facebook accounts of RIA Novosti, Zvezda TV, Lenta.ru and Gazeta.ru, according to the statement.
"We refused," Clegg said in a statement. "Ordinary Russians are using our apps to express themselves and organize for action. We want them to continue to make their voices heard, share what's happening, and organize" through Meta's various platforms.
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Devin Nunes, the former Republican congressman who quit to become the CEO of Trump's media company, said last week Truth Social expects to be "fully operational" by the end of March, when "anyone can get on the platform within the United States at any time."
The extent of the restrictions was not immediately clear, nor their impact on Facebook's operations in Russia or that of Facebook's parent company, Meta.