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Facebook Explicitly Bans All Holocaust Denial Content

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Facebook Explicitly Bans All Holocaust Denial Content

Facebook Explicitly Bans All Holocaust Denial Content

Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg has officially decided to ban “any content that denies or distorts the Holocaust”.


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