In MyanmarAmid the ongoing conflict following the military coup, social media company Facebook has banned Myanmar’s military from using the platform with immediate effect. Myanmar’s military will no longer be able to use Facebook and Instagram. The social media company said in a blog post that the ban was necessary because of other incidents, including violence, after the coup. The company said it thinks Myanmar’s military is too lethal to use Facebook and Instagram.
The country’s military ousted the National League for Democracy (NLD) government last February. Several top leaders, including the country’s supreme leader Aung San Suu Kyi, were taken into custody. Protests have been going on across the country since then. The army is talking about rigging in the November 8 elections. Aung San Suu Kyi’s party won a landslide victory.
At least three protesters and a policeman have been killed in violence at rallies. Facebook said it intends to ban military-related advertising on its platform. Myanmar’s Chief of Defense Service Min of Ground has been banned on Twitter and Facebook. The USA has also banned them. They have been banned for human rights violations.
U.S. And some Western countries are appealing for the release of political prisoners
U.S. And many Western countries have appealed to Myanmar’s military government to stop the violence and release political prisoners. The United States has announced additional sanctions against Myanmar’s military rulers. The United States has said Myanmar’s military should relinquish power and restore a democratically elected government. He also said that he is with the people of Myanmar as well as their supporters who are in favor of ousting the country and restoring the government.