Now Facebook has reviewed and removed the videos for violating community standard that "prohibit content that encourages physical harm [bullying], or attacks someone based on their religious affiliation or gender identity [hate speech]".
"We remove content that violates our standards as soon as we're aware of it".
The block will apply to Jones' own page - which boasts almost 1.7 million "likes" - as well as others for which he's the "page admin".
Wrote Mashable: "While Jones didn't receive an out-and-out ban this time, he's certainly treading on thin ice as far as Facebook's concerned".
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It appears that at first, Jones simply had to accept the strikes against InfoWars, but was still allowed to post, and then Facebook amended its approach and implemented the ban.
While he hasn't been kicked off the social network for good, several pages managed by Jones are nearing the point of being unpublished, due to repeated Community Standards violations, according to Mashable. It was not clear if YouTube and Facebook removed the same videos.
Alex Jones, the founder of conspiracy site InfoWars, has been suspended by Facebook.
"We apply our policies consistently according to the content in the videos, regardless of the speaker or the channel".
One of the videos featured Jones stating that Muslims were taking control over European countries, with another one of the videos comparing drag queens to Satanists. On the other hand, YouTube issues strikes to whole channels: in Jones' most recent case, he's banned from live streaming on his channel for 90 days. A Facebook spokesperson also said if Jones or his fellow admins continue to break its rules, his pages face a permanent ban from the site. The Alex Jones Channel received a strike back in February, but that has since expired.