However, there were more questions than answers when the block took effect on September 18. Facebook has a hardline anti-crypto policy when it comes to paid advertisements, but Cointelegraph was a community page for distributing reported news, boasting more than 700,000 likes.
“It’s not clear what happened to initiate the block. Facebook’s policy for pages of this kind revolves around prohibiting “misleading, fraudulent or deceptive” information, and they “must not facilitate or promote online gambling, online real money, games of skill, or online lotteries without our prior written permission.” None of these apply to the content we produce and distribute. Our Instagram page remained live and active throughout this time, even though Facebook owns that company as well.”
Thus, a Facebook report has been shared through an email that the Cointelegraph page was unpublished in error and is LIVE once again.
Source: facebook.com | cointelegraph.com