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Facebook’s own civil rights auditors say its policy decisions are a ‘tremendous setback’

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Civil rights groups began reaching out to Facebook in 2015, when self-proclaimed white nationalists were attacking black activists on the platform, said Jade Magnus Ogunnaike, deputy senior campaign director at Color of Change, one of the groups behind the ad boycott. Then, in 2017, far-right extremists created an event page on Facebook to promote the Unite the Right march in Charlottesville, Va. The march, which was attended by self-proclaimed Neo-Nazis, turned deadly when a white supremacist drove his car into protesters.

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