A number of Ukrainians are protesting outside Meta's headquarters in Dublin calling for Russian state-backed accounts to be removed.
The small crowd want the owners of Facebook and Instagram to take down any profiles spreading misinformation about the invasion.
A number of Ukrainians are protesting outside Meta HQ in Dublin calling for the removal of Russian state-backed accounts spreading misinformation pic.twitter.com/thAEjIni53
— Stephen Murphy (@StephenMNews) March 2, 2022
Alex and Artem, who are both from Ukraine and are now living in Ireland.
Alex said some online users are claiming the Russian army is fighting fascists.
"They're not fighting fascists, they're fighting my friends and family."
Meanwhile, Artem says many content creators are state paid.
"There are Russian sponsored bloggers spreading misinformation saying 'There is no war, there is no special Russian operation'".
The demonstrators will also head to Google's offices asking the tech giant to do the same.
The owners of Facebook and Instagram says it's making content from Russian state-controlled accounts harder to find.
The company is also going to flag links to those sites to try and stop the spread of misinformation about the invasion of Ukraine.