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The Facebook Dilemma | How Facebook Was “Weaponized” In Ukraine | FRONTLINE

(chanting)>>Pro-Russia demonstrators against Ukraine’s new interim government.>>”Russia, Russia,” they chant.>>Russian propaganda was massive on social media. It was massive.>>There was so many stories that start emerging on the Facebook.>>”Cruel, cruel Ukrainian nationalists killing people or torturing them because they speak Russian.”>>They scared people. “You see, they’re gonna attack, they’re gonna burn your villages. You should […]

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Howard Schultz’s 2020 Bid, a Facebook-WhatsApp Merger & Peace Talks in Afghanistan | The Daily Show

There are now only 644 days until the 2020 presidential election. And I don’t know about you guys, but I’ve already set my DVR. Yeah. I even added an extra five minutes in case it goes long. And this race was going to be pretty simple, right? It was gonna be the best Democrat running […]

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What Facebook, Google and Others Can Learn From Microsoft’s Antitrust Case | WSJ

– [Narrator] In the summer of 2019, the United States put Silicon Valley in its crosshairs. – Only a small number of the nearly two billion apps in the app store are made by Apple. – We have rolled out many innovations over the course of the history of our product. – For every $3 […]

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Why Facebook’s Libra Faces a Tough Road to Becoming a Crypto Giant | WSJ

– Facebook’s proposal to create its own digital currency called Libra has gotten a lot of basklash from global regulators. – Facebook has burned down the house over and over. – It’s been the subject of acidic U.S. congressional hearings and France’s finance minister went so far as to say that it was an assault […]

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