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Facebook Is ‘Just Trying to Keep the Lights On’ as Traffic Soars in Pandemic

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 24 March 2020
The social network is straining to deal with skyrocketing usage as its 45,000 employees work from home for the first time.
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