Facebook suspends Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu-linked chatbot for breaking its privacy rules

耶路撒冷 Facebook has deleted a post by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and suspended a chatbot linked to his account for violating the company’s privacy policy.

Visitors to the Prime Minister’s Facebook page, who clicked on a link about the coronavirus, received an automatic message, purporting to come from Netanyahu.
If you have friends or family members aged 60 or over who have not yet been vaccinated, you can write a response here with their name and phone number, and I may call to convince them!” 消息已读.
Taking action and removing the items, Facebook said, via a spokesperson, 那 “under our privacy policy we do not allow content that shares or asks for people’s medical information.
    The spokesperson added that Facebook hadremoved the offending post and temporarily suspended the Messenger bot, which shared this content, for breaking these rules.
    Netanyahu’s Likud party issued a statement in response, saying the aimwas to encourage Israelis over the age of 60 to get vaccinated to save their lives, after Prime Minister Netanyahu brought vaccines to every Israeli citizen.
      The party said they are callingon everyone to get vaccinated so that we can open up the economy and be the first in the world to emerge from the coronavirus.
      Netanyahu, who faces a fourth election in two years in March, has made Israel’s world-leading vaccination program the central message of his re-election campaign.

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