1 Feb 2018
Some 10 million people in the United States saw politically divisive ads on Facebook that the company said were purchased in Russia in the months before and after last year’s US presidential election, Facebook said on Monday.
Facebook, which had not previously given such an estimate, said in a statement that it used modelling to estimate how many people saw at least one of the 3,000 ads. It also said that 44 percent of the ads were seen before the November 2016 election and 56 percent were seen afterward.
The ads have sparked anger towards Facebook and, within the United States, towards Russia since the world’s largest social network disclosed their existence last month. Moscow has denied involvement with the ads. Facebook has faced calls for increased US regulation from US authorities. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg has outlined steps that the company plans to take to deter governments from abusing the social media network.
The much talked about and subject to various WhatsApp leaks, the Rs 200 note is going to be out soon.
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You will notice a small texty logo beside the youtube button, If seen clearly it states #MoreThanARefugee.
Well click and you will see a video contributed by seven different
YouTube Creators invited byInternational Rescue Committee (IRC) on Shared on YouTube Spotlight Channel.
Its really awesome video and gets tears in the eyes. No more words, just see it and share it ahead. Thankyou IRC and YouTube Creators for bringing this forward.
Here is the video
YouTube Creators for Change is a new initiative from YouTube dedicated to amplifying the voices of role models who are tackling difficult social issues with their channels. From combating hate speech, to countering xenophobia and extremism, to simply making the case for greater tolerance and empathy toward others, these creators are helping generate positive social change with their global fan bases
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) invited seven YouTube creators to get to know refugees around the world and share their stories. See those stories at https://goo.gl/MtucBa
Learn more about the IRC and YouTube’s partnership, and make a donation at https://www.Rescue.org/YouTube. Google will match all donations up to $500k.
With thanks to Maryam, Catherine, Hasan, and many others for sharing their stories.
The Young Turks: www.youtube.com/theyoungturks
Fly With Haifa: www.youtube.com/flywithhaifa
Tyler Oakley: www.youtube.com/tyleroakley
Eh Bee Family: www.youtube.com/ehbees
Suli Breaks: www.youtube.com/sulibreazy
The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises. Founded in 1933 at the call of Albert Einstein, the IRC is at work in over 40 countries and 28 offices across the U.S. helping people to survive and regain control of their future. Learn more at www.rescue.org/YouTube
Thai police raid ‘click farm,’ find 347,200 SIM cards via /r/worldnews
Thai police raid ‘click farm,’ find 347,200 SIM cards
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