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Facebook Says It Is Removing All Content Mentioning ‘Stop the Steal’

Por: The Wall Street Journal Tech January 13, 2021

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Facebook Inc. said it is removing all content mentioning “stop the steal,” a phrase popular among supporters of President Trump’s unproven , as part of a raft of measures to stem misinformation and incitements to violence on its platform ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration. The announcement was one of a number of new measures announced by tech giants Monday in an effort to deter further unrest after the last week. Twitter... + full article



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