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The U.K. and Canada get tough with Facebook

It’s been well-documented by now that America’s lawmakers, while increasingly fed-up with tech giants’ negligence in combating fake news and foreign interference, have let much of the problem slide, giving those companies who bring in billions of dollars a year a free pass to continue business as usual. America’s allies, however, seem less star-struck with companies’ massive […]
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