Elizabeth Dwoskin

Washington Post

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Silicon Valley correspondent for the Washington Post; former reporter for the Wall Street Journal, covering technology

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Facebook announced Tuesday that it removed more than 600 fake accounts that were part of an Iranian disinformation campaign.

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Facebook announced Tuesday that it removed more than 600 fake accounts that were part of an Iranian disinformation campaign.

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Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg will face tough questions on Capitol Hill this week.

How Facebook was able to amass so much power

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg will face tough questions on Capitol Hill this week.

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The Federal Trade Commision and the European Union are investigating Facebook for allowing a researcher to collect user data, which was then used by the Trump campaign.

Facebook faces increasing scrutiny

The Federal Trade Commision and the European Union are investigating Facebook for allowing a researcher to collect user data, which was then used by the Trump campaign.

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