CrossFit has suspended all activity on its official Instagram and Facebook accounts over privacy concerns, the fitness company announced this weekend.
In a statement, CrossFit said it based its decision on Facebook’s deletion of a user group with 1.65 million members for CrossFit’s Banting7DayMealPlan. Facebook owns Instagram.
The article goes on to state the following:
The platform has since reinstated the group but never provided any explanation for the deletion, and the episode “should give any serious person reason to pause,” CrossFit said in its announcement.
CrossFit said its accounts will remain dormant while it investigates the deletion and other complaints about Facebook.
CrossFit also accuses Facebook of targeting users who have “identified the corrupted nutritional science responsible for unchecked global chronic disease.”
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