- Experts say the movement is thriving on events causing civil disobedience and hostility towards government.
- BUT new Tech Transparency Project report links resurgence to backlash over Search of Trump home.
- facebook says it continues to make efforts to keep extremists from using Platform.
Accounts, pages and groups associated with the violent extremist movement Boogaloo Bua resurface on Facebook, despite the platform’s promise to remove mentions of the movement more than two years ago.
BUT new The Tech Transparency Project report, provided exclusively by USA TODAY, details several groups and pages associated with Boogaloo, including one group with more over 4,000 members appearing up on facebook in recent weeks.