How Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Twitter are using bots to spread misinformation
Vice News is reporting on how Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are using automated bots to push false stories about Donald Trump and other candidates.
We also reported on how the bots were able to spread false news about Trump and Bernie Sanders in 2016.
Facebook and Twitter have denied any responsibility for spreading the false information.
Facebook has since fired the Facebook bot accounts that were behind the hoax posts, while Instagram has announced that it will be shutting down its Twitter bot accounts as well.
In a statement to Vice News, Instagram said: We’re very disappointed with the fake stories we shared in the days after the election.
The fake stories are the result of a small number of automated accounts that used bots to share misinformation.
The accounts are now taken down.
We are actively investigating this issue.
Instagram is also launching a bot-free Facebook app and a new bot-friendly Instagram page.
The bot-less Facebook app will be available for people to use in the coming days.
Instagram has also removed two Facebook accounts that it said were running fake news stories about the 2016 election.
Instagram also removed a Facebook page called The Truth About the 2016 Election and a page called Fake News in the News.
Both of these pages were created by the same bot that was used to spread the hoaxes in 2016 and which was subsequently banned by Facebook.
Instagram will also be shutting Down its Instagram Bot account, a bot that uses artificial intelligence and text-based messaging to create content.
We will be taking steps to make sure that InstagramBotBot accounts do not continue to operate.