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Facebook reportedly axes internal ‘conservative-leaning’ chatroom which turned racist, sexist

Facebook was walking on incredibly thin ice late last year after allegations that the company's poor efforts to police fake news stories helped influence the US presidential election. Now, a report from the Wall Street Journal suggests that Facebook is taking a hard line against anything resembling racist or sexist banter — at least when it comes to its employees. The report, which sites multiple unnamed sources, claims that Facebook shut down an internal employee Facebook group called "FB Anon.
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