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Russia bought political ads on Facebook. Facebook accepted about (at least?) $100,000 worth of political ads from a “Russian ‘troll farm’ with a history of pushing pro-Kremlin propaganda” during the 2016 presidential election campaign, The Washington Post reported this week, reinvigorating criticism of the social media company’s lack of transparency. (For one particularly scathing look,.
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