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    [LIST][*]Facebook has vowed tougher measures to suppress false conspiracy theories about 5G and COVID-19.[*]It says it will remove stories that could cause physical harm.[*]It comes after a weekend of reports where UK engineers were threatened and 5G towers were burned down.[/LIST]
    A report by the Independent states that Facebook has said it will actively remove stories linking 5G and the coronavirus pandemic that could cause physical harm.

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    04-07-2020 08:30 AM

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