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Satirical websites are testing Facebook's policy on not being the 'arbiter of truth' by running false headlines claiming Mark Zuckerberg is dead or abusive (FB)

Business Insider Thursday, 28 May 2020
Satirical websites are testing Facebook's policy on not being the 'arbiter of truth' by running false headlines claiming Mark Zuckerberg is dead or abusive (FB)· Two satirical websites are testing Facebook's stance that it shouldn't be the "arbiter of truth."
· The websites shared satirical articles with fictional headlines about CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Facebook on Wednesday.
· The posts came just as Zuckerberg had reiterated the company's stance on freedom of expression during...
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