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>"A Guardian investigation exposes the breadth of state-backed manipulation of the platform"
>"A Guardian investigation exposes the breadth of state-backed manipulation of the platform"
>"A Guardian investigation exposes the breadth of state-backed manipulation of the platform"
>"A Guardian investigation exposes the breadth of state-backed manipulation of the platform"
>"A Guardian investigation exposes the breadth of state-backed manipulation of the platform"
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>"A debate is raging over the social media giant's role in dividing the country. But it's the US's deeply-rooted inequities that tech should focus on."
>"A debate is raging over the social media giant's role in dividing the country. But it's the US's deeply-rooted inequities that tech should focus on."
>"A debate is raging over the social media giant's role in dividing the country. But it's the US's deeply-rooted inequities that tech should focus on."
>"A debate is raging over the social media giant's role in dividing the country. But it's the US's deeply-rooted inequities that tech should focus on."
>"A debate is raging over the social media giant's role in dividing the country. But it's the US's deeply-rooted inequities that tech should focus on."
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THE PROFILE NAMES, email addresses, and phone numbers of over 500 million Facebook users have been circulating publicly online for nearly a week. It took days for Facebook to finally acknowledge the root cause, an issue the company says it _...Read More_
THE PROFILE NAMES, email addresses, and phone numbers of over 500 million Facebook users have been circulating publicly online for nearly a week. It took days for Facebook to finally acknowledge the root cause, an issue the company says it _...Read More_
THE PROFILE NAMES, email addresses, and phone numbers of over 500 million Facebook users have been circulating publicly online for nearly a week. It took days for Facebook to finally acknowledge the root cause, an issue the company says it _...Read More_
THE PROFILE NAMES, email addresses, and phone numbers of over 500 million Facebook users have been circulating publicly online for nearly a week. It took days for Facebook to finally acknowledge the root cause, an issue the company says it _...Read More_
THE PROFILE NAMES, email addresses, and phone numbers of over 500 million Facebook users have been circulating publicly online for nearly a week. It took days for Facebook to finally acknowledge the root cause, an issue the company says it _...Read More_
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Companies often blame "other apps" running on their platform or programs, Microsoft did it for years blaming the stability of windows on programs that ran on it. I think this is a weak argument, if you provide a platform security and _...Read More_
Companies often blame "other apps" running on their platform or programs, Microsoft did it for years blaming the stability of windows on programs that ran on it. I think this is a weak argument, if you provide a platform security and _...Read More_
Companies often blame "other apps" running on their platform or programs, Microsoft did it for years blaming the stability of windows on programs that ran on it. I think this is a weak argument, if you provide a platform security and _...Read More_
Companies often blame "other apps" running on their platform or programs, Microsoft did it for years blaming the stability of windows on programs that ran on it. I think this is a weak argument, if you provide a platform security and _...Read More_
Companies often blame "other apps" running on their platform or programs, Microsoft did it for years blaming the stability of windows on programs that ran on it. I think this is a weak argument, if you provide a platform security and _...Read More_
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>"Facebook's “Zucker” punch successfully forced the federal government's hand. It is another reason why we need to fight for real public _...Read More_
>"Facebook's “Zucker” punch successfully forced the federal government's hand. It is another reason why we need to fight for real public _...Read More_
>"Facebook's “Zucker” punch successfully forced the federal government's hand. It is another reason why we need to fight for real public _...Read More_
>"Facebook's “Zucker” punch successfully forced the federal government's hand. It is another reason why we need to fight for real public _...Read More_
>"Facebook's “Zucker” punch successfully forced the federal government's hand. It is another reason why we need to fight for real public _...Read More_
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>"Deplatforming President Trump showed that the First Amendment is broken — but not in the way his supporters think."
>"Deplatforming President Trump showed that the First Amendment is broken — but not in the way his supporters think."
>"Deplatforming President Trump showed that the First Amendment is broken — but not in the way his supporters think."
>"Deplatforming President Trump showed that the First Amendment is broken — but not in the way his supporters think."
>"Deplatforming President Trump showed that the First Amendment is broken — but not in the way his supporters think."
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>"For all of Donald Trump’s railing against Amazon’s “monopoly,” social media “censorship,” and Section 230 protections for internet companies, his administration did very little to take on the…"
>"For all of Donald Trump’s railing against Amazon’s “monopoly,” social media “censorship,” and Section 230 protections for internet companies, his administration did very little to take on the…"
>"For all of Donald Trump’s railing against Amazon’s “monopoly,” social media “censorship,” and Section 230 protections for internet companies, his administration did very little to take on the…"