Facebook removed a screenshot of a fake news story about aruba and replaced it with an image of the country’s largest hotel.
The screenshot was removed on Sunday after an investigation by BuzzFeed News and The Washington Post.
“This is unacceptable and should not be allowed on Facebook,” said an email sent by a Facebook spokesperson to BuzzFeed News.
“We remove accounts that violate our Community Standards and Community Guidelines, and we will take swift and appropriate action against those who break these rules.
We have no tolerance for the spread of fake news.”
The story in question was about the “new, low-cost aruba” hotel, which has been available since February, when Facebook launched the “real” aruba newsfeed.
The new aruba feature came after several months of Facebook experimenting with the fake news feature, but the social network did not remove the article because it was “newsworthy.”
The article claimed that the new hotel was opening on December 2, and it was set to open on January 1.
BuzzFeed News reached out to Facebook for comment and will update this post if we hear back.
Facebook removed the article for violating its Community Standards, but did not immediately remove the screenshot.
The company did not say what happened to the original story.
The Washington, D.C.-based Hotel Aruba in Aruba, a former sugarcane farm, is one of the top hotels in the world.
It has over 5,000 rooms and suites with amenities like saunas, sauntering pools, a tennis court, and indoor-outdoor pools, according to its website.
The hotel’s website describes itself as the world’s first luxury hotel, with its signature rooftop bar overlooking Aruba’s historic harbor.
The story featured the hotel’s new, low cost aruba hotel, but it did not specify what it was supposed to be about.
“The information about this new hotel is not accurate,” a spokesperson told BuzzFeed News, explaining that the photo in question did not show the new Aruba resort, and the article was removed because it had not been approved for publication by Facebook.
The spokesperson said the company removed the screenshot because “it violates our Community Guidelines.”
BuzzFeed News reported earlier this month that the resort had been offering a $20 discount to visitors who stayed at the hotel, and that it was selling the resort for a lower price than advertised.
The resort did not respond to a request for comment on Monday.
The aruba photo in the fake-news article came from an account called “Gigabot,” which is used to share stories about other people’s experiences with a hotel.
It shared images of the aruba resort and the hotel in question, including photos of guests inside.
The account also shared photos of the hotel and the Aruba hotel on Instagram.
“As the photos and video are from the same person, the photos are shared and viewed by Gigabot members and shared by others.
We can confirm that the photos in this article were taken by a Gigabottler.
The pictures are from Gigabots Instagram account and have been shared by Gigabit users, and they are shared by many Gigabota members,” said the Gigaboto account in a tweet.
The original story was published by BuzzFeed, and BuzzFeed News contacted the hotel for comment.
A spokesperson for the hotel did not return a request from BuzzFeed News for comment as of Monday morning.