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Facebook creating first ever "Supreme Court" to oversee controversial posts

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Social media giant Facebook has announced plans to create a new oversight panel by the end of the year, something they dub its own "Supreme Court." BBC News Silicon Valley reporter Dave Lee joins CBSN to explain.
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