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Facebook Bans Several Controversial Personalities from Its Platforms

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Facebook Bans Several Controversial Personalities from Its Platforms

Facebook Bans Several Controversial Personalities from Its Platforms

Facebook announced that it had designated some high-profile people, including Louis Farrakhan and right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, as “dangerous” and said it will be purging them from its platforms. Melissa Caen reports.

(5-2-19)

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