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Facebook really, really wants to work with journalists

ITworld Wednesday, 11 January 2017 ()
In recent months, a lot of ink was spilled to criticize Facebook’s role in the dissemination of news, especially related to the past U.S. presidential election. On Wednesday, the company
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