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Facebook’s search for local virtues

The world’s biggest social media network is thinking rather small these days.

On July 18, Facebook announced that it will start removing misinformation on its digital platforms that could spark violence. While the goal is global, the company will act on what it hopes are local community standards, relying on “local context and local partners” to help it in making decisions

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