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Kamala Harris Says Her Administration Would Hold Social Media Platforms Accountable For ‘Hate’

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Kamala Harris Says Her Administration Would Hold Social Media Platforms Accountable For ‘Hate’

Kamala Harris Says Her Administration Would Hold Social Media Platforms Accountable For ‘Hate’

2020 presidential contender Kamala Harris says her administration would hold social media platforms accountable for “hate.”

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