- Experts say the movement thrives on events that promote civil disobedience and hostility towards the government.
- A new report by the Technology Transparency Project concerns a resurgence to the backlash over Trump’s home searches.
- Facebook said it continues to work to prevent extremists from using the platform.
Accounts, pages and groups linked to the violent extremist movement “Boogaloo Bois” are reappearing on Facebook, despite the platform vowing to remove references to the movement more than two years ago.
A new report by the Technology Transparency Project, provided exclusively to USA TODAY, details a number of groups and pages affiliated with Boogaloo, including one with more than 4,000 members, that appeared on Facebook in recent weeks. recent week.