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Facebook reports spike in takedowns of hate speech, terrorism

Reuters Tuesday, 12 May 2020
Facebook Inc on Tuesday reported a sharp increase in the number of posts it removed for promoting violence and hate speech across its apps, which it attributed to improvements made to its technology for automatically identifying text and images.
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