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What you need to know about the board deciding Trump's fate on Facebook

The question of whether former President Donald Trump should be allowed back on Facebook is the biggest, most contentious and most controversial single content moderation decision the company has ever made. So who's going to make that call? Well, surprisingly, not company founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. [Source]

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