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Sunday, 22 March 2020

Why world celebrities leaving Facebook?

World-renowned American author Stephen King has closed his Facebook account. He said he had decided to abstain from Facebook, saying that there was a flood of misinformation in the form of political advertisements on Facebook and he was feeling uncomfortable.

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He also says he doesn't believe Facebook is protecting users' privacy. Writer King has announced to abandon Facebook via Twitter. He has 5.6 million followers on Twitter.

Lately, the world's most popular people are closing their Facebook accounts.

Former Hollywood actor Mark Hamill, comedian Will Ferrell, musician Cher and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak have also split from Facebook.
More than two and a half million people have tweeted the tweet that King Literature announced last time leaving Facebook.

Remember, in 2018, actor Jim Carey left Facebook and sold his shares on Facebook. He left Facebook, accusing Facebook of benefiting from Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election.

Facebook has been controversial because of its exemption to publish political ads on social sites. While Twitter has blocked political advertising.

Facebook has denied that private companies have the right to impose censorship on politicians, saying that governments should look into the matter.

It is estimated that political parties and candidates in the US will spend $ 6 billion in advertising alone during the initial campaign for the US presidential election in 2020. Digital media accounts for about 20 percent of it.

However, Facebook is not a political source of income for itself and says it accounts for only 0.5 percent of total revenue.

But with the announcement of Twitter banning political advertising, the pressure on Facebook has also increased. Leaders, including Hillary Clinton, the 2016 presidential candidate, welcomed Twitter's decision to ban political advertising and urged Facebook to follow the same path.

Social media has been flooded with false news and information during the recent general elections in Britain.
Why world celebrities leaving Facebook? Reviewed by K.D on Sunday, March 22, 2020 Rating: 5 World-renowned American author Stephen King has closed his Facebook account. He said he had decided to abstain from Facebook, saying that t...

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