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Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. 1. Facebook shut down an online, internal discussion group after employees starting using it to harass each other about politics. The anonymous group was originally intended for people to talk about their work concerns, but quickly turned ugly. 2. Neo-Nazi news site The Daily Stormer was taken offline by hackers as soon as it lost its last line of defence — protection from web services company Cloudflare.
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