Facebook is implementing new requirements for people who manage pages with a large US audience.
Going forward, people who manage such pages will need to go through an authorization process before continuing to post.
The authorization process will ask page managers to secure their account with two-factor authentication, which involves confirming their primary country location.
Facebook is making these changes to make it more difficult for people to manage a page with a fake or hacked account.
Page managers who are required to go through this new authorization process will see a notification at the top of their news feed prompting them to begin the process.
Facebook says the process should only take a few minutes to complete. Until the process is completed the page will not be able to publish any new content.