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Facebook's new policies are meant to stop the spread of conspiracy theories and hate in Groups

Mashable Thursday, 17 September 2020
For the first time, Facebook is releasing stats concerning how the social media platform moderates what goes on in Facebook Groups.

Alongside the new numbers, the company has also announced new policies surrounding how it will deal with conspiracy theories and hate speech that often flourishes inside these groups.

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