Facebook has announced that it’s launching a new information hub containing “science-based information” about climate change.
Facebook is determined to make sure that any problems it experienced during the 2016 election don’t happen again in 2020.
Facebook has more egg on its face. Besides the bevy of advertisers pulling their ad dollars
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