Facebook announced late Thursday they had put a 30-day ban on the popular conspiracy theorist from accessing his personal page after the social-networking site removed four videos that they deemed in violation of community standards.
Jones and his admins for the page were also given a stern warning that if they continue to violate the terms of service, they will be permanently banned. As of Friday morning, Jones' page still appeared to be active and was streaming his daily show, so his limitations on the account are still unclear.
Facebook also said that Jones' pages have received multiple strikes for publishing violating content. The move by Facebook follows a 90-day live streaming ban from YouTube after multiple videos on his channel were removed.