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Facebook may need to censor hateful posts globally in EU ruling

By Bloomberg
04 October 2019   |   9:23 am
Facebook Inc. could be forced to remove offensive and hateful posts by users in the European Union due to a pending ruling by the EU Court of Justice. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Alex Webb has the details on "Bloomberg Surveillance." His opinions are his own.

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