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Viewpoint: Don't blame Facebook for fake news, just look in the mirror

bizjournals Friday, 18 January 2019
Only when we hold ourselves accountable for creating this turbulent digital world can we expect companies like Facebook to do the same, according to this social media professional.
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Facebook Cracks Down on Russian-Based 'Fake News' Operations 364 of the accounts were linked to Russian news agency Sputnik. Facebook says the removals were due to the accounts working in a "coordinated inauthentic effort to spread misinformation." Facebook, via statement In addition, Facebook says...

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