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'Star Wars' star Mark Hamill just announced that he's deleting his Facebook account: 'I'll sleep better at night'

Business Insider Monday, 13 January 2020 ()
'Star Wars' star Mark Hamill just announced that he's deleting his Facebook account: 'I'll sleep better at night'· Mark Hamill announced he would delete his Facebook account in a tweet on Sunday.
· The "Star Wars" star said he was protesting Facebook's decision to allow political ads that include false statements or misinformation.
· Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has defended the decision as an effort to protect free speech.
· Now...
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