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Twitter deleted a massive amount of Russia-related data

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Twitter deleted a massive amount of Russia-related dataTwitter has deleted massive amounts of user data that might have helped federal investigators track Russia's role in spreading propaganda aimed at destabilizing the U.S. election system last year.
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News video: Facebook and Twitter Deleted Data Crucial to Investigating Russian Accounts

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Data that may have proved critical to investigations into Russia-funded political ads appears to have been tossed by Facebook and Twitter into the proverbial shredder. Both platforms have deleted data that researchers say is crucial to understanding the motives and impact behind social media...

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