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Facebook to curb private groups spreading hate, misinformation

Energy Daily Friday, 18 September 2020
Facebook to curb private groups spreading hate, misinformationSan Francisco (AFP) Sept 17, 2020

Facebook on Thursday said it is cracking down on private groups where hate or misinformation is shared among members. The move comes amid a wider crack down on malicious and false content at the social networking giant which has led people to turn to private groups of like-minded members who can share content that is not available to the wider Facebook community. "People turn to Facebook
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