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Facebook: Star Wars' Mark Hamill deletes account over political ads

BBC News Monday, 13 January 2020
Mark Hamill accuses the social network of putting profits before truthfulness.
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Mark Hamill Announces He's Leaving Facebook Over Its Policies According to Luke Skywalker himself, the 'force' is not with Mark Zuckerberg. In a Twitter post announcing his decision, Hamill called out the CEO, saying he puts profit over truth. Mark Hamill, via Twitter Mark Hamill, via Twitter The...

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