Facebook exec says tech firms needs stronger regulation

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Facebook exec says tech firms needs stronger regulation
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Facebook exec says tech firms needs stronger regulation

Big tech is under fire for rampant misinformation and prolific hate speech

The technology industry needs stronger regulation to address issues like misinformation, privacy and harmful content, Facebook's VP of content policy has said. Monika Bickert, who has worked at ...

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