Elizabeth Dwoskin

Silicon Valley correspondent for the 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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Twitter Spaces launched last spring and soon attracted anti-vaxxers, white supremacists, and ISIS recruiters.

Twitter Spaces: Audio platform draws extremists and racists

Twitter Spaces launched last spring and soon attracted anti-vaxxers, white supremacists, and ISIS recruiters.

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

How does Facebook's trustworthiness rating work?

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.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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