Mark Zuckerberg‘s Meta — have begun removing posts offering, or even mentioning, abortion pills

The media intelligence firm Zignal Labs noticed a surge in searches for abortion pills like mifepristone and misoprostol after the Supreme Court’s ruling

Social media users have taken to the online platforms to share memes and status updates on how people can access these medications legally

These posts shared on Facebook and Instagram have been removed, with some vanishing in a matter of minutes

A reporter at the Associated Press tried sharing a post on Facebook offering to mail abortion pills, which was removed within a minute

As reported by The Verge, posts offering firearms or marijuana — which are also prohibited as per Meta’s policies — were not immediately removed

Andy Stone, a spokesperson for Meta, shared on Twitter: “Content that attempts to buy, sell, trade, gift, request or donate pharmaceuticals is not allowed

Content that discusses the affordability and accessibility of prescription medication is allowed. We’ve discovered some instances of incorrect enforcement and are correcting these