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Share Content to Facebook Twitter LinkedIn and Other Sites from Social Networking Content Management Platform Findit

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ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / November 8, 2018 / Findit, Inc. a Nevada Corporation that trades under the stock symbol OTC PINK: FDIT) owner of Findit.com, empowers members of Findit giving them the ability to share their content posted through Findit to other popular social networking sites. Included in the sites that content can be shared to are Facebook (FB), Twitter (TWTR) and LinkedIn (MSFT) along with approximately 80 additional sites.

In battle against fake news, politicians put too much trust in Big Tech

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When it comes to tackling fake news and hate speech, politicians from Brussels to Washington are relying on the “have your cake it and eat it” style of rulemaking.

As the world gears up for a new round of elections (from the U.S. midterms to the Swedish and European Parliament votes), lawmakers want the likes of Facebook and Google to take greater ownership of policing what’s posted on their social networks, while also warning that these tech giants are gaining too much sway over every aspect of people’s online lives.

American to Fight Twitter over Social Media Ban

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A white nationalist is taking Twitter to court for banning his account with the social networking service.

The case comes at the same time when social networks are trying to stop hateful and abusive content without appearing to block unpopular opinions.

Jared Taylor launched the case Tuesday in California, at a state court in San Francisco. The Associated Press (AP) described it as the latest legal action by right-wing groups and people banned from social media websites.

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How Twitter went from banal to brutal

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OPINION: Last week Duncan Garner quit Twitter in a huff, after a column he wrote about immigration attracted a storm of moral outrage.

Garner complained bitterly about the "verbal abuse" he was subjected to and the "intolerance, hatred and madness" of Twitter users.

Garner's column was objectionable to some people, but some of the feedback he got was also outrageous. It made me wonder how exactly Twitter became the go-to platform for outrage culture.

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