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Facebook Removes Trump Campaign Ads for Including Symbol Used by Nazis
Despite its persistent commitment to inaction on Donald Trump’s posts in the past, Facebook took action against the president’s reelection campaign on Thursday, removing several ads that attacked Antifa using an upside-down red triangle that was used in Nazi Germany to identify communists, trade unionists and other targets of the genocidal regime. The platform recently made it so that users can opt out of political ads, but unlike Twitter, it isn’t banning them outright. Facebook said it removed these ads for violating its policy against organized hate.
Deutsch LA Fires CCO After Offensive Email About Casting Black Talent Resurfaces
Earlier this week, former Deutsch LA …