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Social media platforms have been under connected burden to stop the spread of bamboozlement and political advertising online in recent years.

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Social media platforms have been under connected burden to stop the spread of bamboozlement and political advertising online in recent years.

Russia’s attack to access voters during 2016 US presidential acclamation accomplished 126 actor Facebook users, deepening the need for tech companies to step up their efforts.

Facebook, for his part, has made 18 such takedowns (publicly) basic from countries like Iran, Russia, Israel, India, and Pakistan over the past 12 months.

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