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Facebook Rushes to Defend Itself Following WSJ’s Damaging Reports on Teen Safety

Social media giant Facebook is rushing to defend itself following the “Facebook Files,” a series of stories recently published by the Wall Street Journal exposing how the company has prioritized profits over user health and safety, particularly that of teenage girls — who the company’s own research indicates develop a toxic relationship with its Instagram platform.

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BBC Appoints Anti-Brexit Establishment Journo for Top Job

The BBC has appointed the former editor of the left-wing HuffPost UK, who shared social media posts critical of Brexit and Boris Johnson, despite the corporation’s new director-general Tim Davie having said impartiality and representing the views of all Britons should be prioritised.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 22: People walk near the entrance to BBC Broadcasting House on October 22, 2012 in London, England. A BBC1 'Panorama' documentary to be broadcast later tonight contains new allegations about the handling by BBC2 programme 'Newsnight' concerning claims of sexual abuse allegedly carried out by …

Deafening Silence: CBS’s ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ Won’t Acknowledge Bombshell Report Linking Fauci to Wuhan Lab After Praising Him as ‘America’s Most Trusted Doctor’

Stephen Colbert praised Dr. Anthony Fauci as “the voice of reason” and “America’s doctor” during a gushing interview in March on CBS’s The Late Show. Now Colbert and the network are choosing to stay silent about a recent bombshell report that calls into question Fauci’s sworn testimony before members of Congress.

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