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Facebook will show which Russian election troll accounts you followed

Facebook keeps its Snapchat copycat streak going with new Messenger feature

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Streaks aren’t just for Snapchat, anymore.

Facebook is now testing a version of a similar feature in Messenger, the company confirmed with Mashable. It’s not clear how long the social network has been experimenting with the feature, but a handful of users reported seeing it pop up in their app on Wednesday.

The feature that’s being tested, which prompts users to “keep your streak going” when you message friends,…

This browser extension turns your angry Facebook emoji into real social action

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From climate change to the worsening refugee crisis to rollbacks of LGBTQ rights, you’ve probably reacted to a lot of deeply troubling news in your Facebook news feed this year.

But what if you could easily take your digital anger and sadness and turn it into real-world action?

A new tool called the Emoji Reaction Project helps you do just that. The clever Chrome extension transforms your negative Facebook emoji reactions into tangible ways to support good causes and fight injustice.

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Facebook will show which Russian election troll accounts you followed

Oh joy! Soon, Facebook will reveal what Russian propaganda you ‘liked’

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Exciting news for Facebook users. In the near future, the social network will reveal what Russian propaganda users were exposed to during the 2016 presidential election.

Oh joy! Soon, Facebook will reveal what Russian propaganda you ‘liked’

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Exciting news for Facebook users. In the near future, the social network will reveal what Russian propaganda users were exposed to during the 2016 presidential election.

Facebook will show which Russian election troll accounts you followed

Facebook’s ad system shown failing to enforce its own anti-discriminatory policy

Facebook’s ad system shown failing to enforce its own anti-discriminatory policy

Facebook’s ad system shown failing to enforce its own anti-discriminatory policy