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Facebook says group used computer-generated faces to push pro-Trump message

Reuters Friday, 20 December 2019
Facebook Inc has taken down a well-financed campaign that used dozens of artificially generated faces to spread pro-Trump and anti-Chinese government messages, the company and outside researchers said on Friday.
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Business Insider reports Facebook and Twitter have dismantled thousands of accounts and pages. The accounts and pages were part of a global network seeking to promote President Donald Trump. The 600 Facebook accounts had been identified as having ties to the Epoch Times, a pro-Trump conspiracy...

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