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Facebook Employees Speak Out Against Company's Policy Over Trump Post | THR News

Facebook Employees Speak Out Against Company's Policy Over Trump Post | THR News

A number of Facebook employees on Monday planned a virtual walkout after executives said they would not take action concerning future posts from President Donald Trump even after some were labeled as misleading and dangerous by Twitter.

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