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US Senator Calls On Facebook To Release Political Ads Russians Spent $125K On

Social media companies need to start being more transparent about their roles in the US presidential election, Sen Mark Warner told reporters today. Twitter will need to explain to Congress how its platform was used by Russian trolls attempting to influence the US presidential election, and Facebook ought to make political ads purchased by fake Russian accounts public, the senator said.
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