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Facebook to cut back on political content in Canada, Indonesia, Brazil

By DW
11 February 2021   |   12:40 pm
Some users in Canada, Indonesia and Brazil will see less political content from this week, and the US will see a similar reduction in weeks to come. Facebook said people don't want politics dominating their news feed.

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