Recently, here in the Philippines, there's news that Facebook took down an account/group/page of an organization named "Hands Off Our Children". This is an organization that fights for parents whose kids were recruited or allegedly kidnapped by militant groups (rebels, NPA, or whatever. Forgive me, I'm still new to politics and still catching up on this subject). Why would anyone remove such cause? We'll obviously it speaks against a certain political party.
I believe these kind of things are also happening in other countries. Is there a law that mandates these social media companies to regularly examine their people and make sure they have no political involvement?
For example, I have found a conspiracy about an FB manager that might be "friends" with someone on a political party (I don't have to mention names and please note this is a conspiracy). More pages, groups, and posts of one side are being deleted more than the other. Not to mention, Troll factories are playing a big role now (which could also be done as an inside job, I believe).
One could say that the pages of a party, were deleted because of some violations. But if you play with VPN (To jump from countries to another & assuming you have knowledge to the politics of those countries), Clean your browsing cache and cookies (Attempting to make sure the feed tuning algorithm do not totally feed you according to your taste), and do some investigation yourself, you can objectively observe that the same rules do not consistently and equally apply to all. Even deleting of troll accounts doesn't seem free from bias.
Take policing of troll accounts for example. If we were able to determine and plot on a graph the population of trolls according to their political groupings, we would probably see a huge difference across the groups. Especially if we look at the troll birth rates (creation of account) and death rates (banned/deleted).
Any legislative and programmatic solution to this apart from maybe a public international law against troll factories (companies)?