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Voters decided that "collusion" should be banished for "mis-use, over-use and general uselessness."
Last week, Facebook banned Graham for 24 hours over a 2016 post that violated their "community standards on hate speech."
President Donald Trump frequently accuses the media of producing "fake news."
One group active this week was titled "Kids boy gay" and contained more than 250 members, according to the Financial Times.
Apps in a section of the Google Play store designed for kids have caused harm by breaking privacy laws, displaying adult content or using manipulative advertising, the FTC complaint alleges.
Yair Netanyahu, 27, called for all Muslims to leave Israel.
The Frenchman aimed to raise awareness of ocean pollution.
A Texas Republican who helps shape the state's GOP platform used social media to explain his own personal stance.
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus posted online that "this effort is disgraceful and un-American, and Republicans in Tarrant County should defeat it handily."
A man dressed as a Confederate soldier and holding a rifle asked children if they wanted bullets at an Arkansas Christmas parade.
A former employee at Facebook said the company has a wide gap in hiring black people, which make up a growing number of its users on the social media platform.
"I'm not going to disagree with you that we've damaged public trust through some of the actions we've taken," Facebook's Vice President of Policy Solutions Richard Allan said.
Politicians spreading disinformation or misinformation is nothing new, but what is new is the spread of misinformation on social media platforms that is entirely fictitious and actual fake news.
"This is unbearable! It could have been a grizzly situation!" one Facebook user joked under the California Highway Patrol Facebook post.
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