Facebook restricts access to UOJ’s Russian-language page to Ukrainians
The Facebook pages of the Union of Orthodox Journalists are now available in six out of seven languages.
On March 10, the UOJ’s Russian-language Facebook page became inaccessible to many Ukrainian users. The editors of the Union of Orthodox Journalists sent an official complaint to the administration of the service, to which it received the following response:
"Access to your content is restricted due to an official request. We have reviewed the official request for your content and restricted access to it in the following regions: Ukraine. We carry out a legal assessment of each request and carefully check it for compliance with our policies and human rights. We can then restrict access to the content in question in regions where it may be illegal," “Meta” said in a statement.
Where exactly the "official request" came from, the administration of the resource does not specify.
If it is convenient for you to receive our news on Facebook, go to the Ukrainian page or install a VPN. Another five language versions of our Facebook page also work stably:
Earlier, the UOJ wrote about how to complain to the Facebook administration about fake publications about the UOC.