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Facebook Will Follow Up on the US Census 2020 to Intervene

Friday, 20 December 2019 18:33 WIB Global Facebook

Facebook said social media would follow up on the Facebook service update to interfere with the American 2020 census, including uploading misleading related information at any time and how to understand, who could participate and what would happen to them. The social media giant said Thursday (19/12) that they must use advertisements that want to participate in the "useless and meaningless" census or encourage people not to participate. Efforts to enforce misinformation in various Facebook services were carried out, specifically the US presidential election next year. The census, which takes place every 10 years, is important to determine how many representatives each state gets in the...

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