Facebook was used in Myanmar to stoke ethnic violence. It could’ve done more to stop it, study says – Los Angeles Times

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For most of Myanmar’s 20 million internet users, Facebook is effectively the internet. The social network comes pre-loaded on mobile phones in the Southeast Asian nation, often providing people there with their first portal to the Web. Advertisement
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