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'Star Wars' star Mark Hamill says he quit Facebook over its stance on political ads — but he's still posting to Instagram, which Facebook owns (FB)

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'Star Wars' star Mark Hamill says he quit Facebook over its stance on political ads — but he's still posting to Instagram, which Facebook owns (FB)· "Star Wars" actor Mark Hamill announced on Sunday that he was quitting Facebook in protest of the company's handling of political ads. 
· There's only one problem: Hamill has been posting frequently since then to Instagram, which Facebook owns. 
· The company's stance on fact-checking political ads — specifically, that...
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Mark Hamill has quit Facebook, citing the company’s political ads policy.

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