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Facebook unveils yet another tired plan to reduce 'problematic content'

Facebook unveils yet another tired plan to reduce 'problematic content'


On Wednesday April 10, 2019, Mashable wrote:
And, in doing so, highlights a potential uncomfortable truth about Facebook itself.

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