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Facebook censorship after Cambridge Analytica

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Image credit to Thought Catalog.

Facebook has been known for championing online openness, and over the years has maintained a fairly hands off approach to content censorship. But in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the company’s promise to return to its friend-focused roots, has Facebook’s approach to censorship changed?

Reporter Gabriella Payne takes a look at the issue.

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