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YouTube, Twitter Bans ‘Manipulated’ Election Content – Should Facebook Follow?
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  • Raymond
    Voted Yes

    Misinformation campaigns to influence public knowledge and undermine the truth and trust of the people is not just immoral it is corrupt. It insites distrust, animosity, hatred and anger among Friend, neighbors and families. It breaks down the very fabric of our society which erodes away any future for a healthy country. Facebook should be held accountable as being complicit in allowing this to happen. Just as any illegal act that puts the general public in harm's way or to incite violence between cultures, race and even political affiliations. It is knowingly uneducating your own customers and the population at large.

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