The European Union's police agency, Europol, said it had suppressed 26,000 IS-related pieces of content, including videos and social media accounts.
IS since its inception has preyed on youth and attempted to indoctrinate them with its extremist ideology.
A cynical, insulting statement about Kyrgyz migrants made by a host on a state-owned Russian TV channel has caused widespread outrage not only in Kyrgyzstan but in all of Central Asia.
Russia's post-war ambitions in Syria may be causing unwanted friction with its 'ally' Iran, whose Revolutionary Guards share similar aims of expansion in the Middle East.
Regional observers are seeing a rising demand for online content in the native languages of the Central Asian countries.
The group's propaganda effort has stalled amid a shortage of resources and attacks on its communications equipment.
Audience members in Russia and Central Asia say pro-Kremlin media sources cannot be trusted on a variety of topics, especially news about Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Russian outlets' 'active role in spreading disinformation' is in the spotlight ahead of a conference on press freedom in London.
The arrest of investigative journalist Ivan Golunov on drug charges in Russia is a wake-up call for all journalists, especially those in Central Asia trying to uncover the truth.
Facebook described the removals as part of a continuing battle against 'co-ordinated inauthentic behavior' that has resulted in the deletion of numerous fake accounts worldwide.