The well-funded group behind the campaign, the Israel On Campus Coalition, has links to the Israeli government.
The catalyst was an altercation between Jones and a CNN reporter at the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, which was live-streamed on Twitter.
“We’ve worked closely with civil rights groups to search for hate speech and take it down,” Sandberg said, citing Facebook’s only defense against it.
One in four users claim to have actually deleted the Facebook app from their phone.
“You haven’t given us a reason, yet allow Holocaust Denial pages to still exist,” the center tweeted. “Seems a little hypocritical?”
“Just like how they did not not notify Hallie when the video was taken down, they did not notify her when they put it back up,” according to IfNotNow.
“Face up to hate.”
If you visit the pages Facebook removed, you’ll see: “Sorry, this content isn’t available right now.”
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Despite backlash over protecting Holocaust deniers, Facebook sees more than 2.5 billion people using at least one of its apps per month.