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Hong Kong protests: Twitter suspends over 2 lakh accounts part of 'China-backed' campaign against pro-democracy protesters

Firstpost Tuesday, 20 August 2019
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News video: Twitter, Facebook take down Chinese disinformation accounts

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'MURICA — Twitter and Facebook say they have dismantled a state-backed social media campaign birthed in China that sought to undermine peaceful anti-Beijing protests in Hong Kong. According to Reuters, Twitter suspended 936 accounts which appeared to be part of a coordinated state-backed effort...

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