Social media site Facebook called journalists and human rights activists public figures and tightened policies to protect them from harassment.

Antigone Davis, Facebook’s global safety chief, said in an interview that policies have been tightened to protect journalists and human rights activists from harassment and intimidation, including deleting accounts.

In addition to its changes to the rules of public data, Facebook has also announced new features to help young users take breaks from the app and avoid harmful content.

According to the Facebook administration, networks targeting anti-state elements who have been declared public figures will also be deprived of accounts, pages, and groups.

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