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Facebook’s values in the age of fake news

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Posted 14 July 2017, 4.31am edt

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Despite now having 2 billion users a month, it has been a year of angst for Facebook as it has realised that connecting people is not enough. Speaking at the Westminster Media Forum’s conference on fake news in London, Patrick Walker, director of m...


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