Facebook has reportedly upped its estimate of how much content was produced by Russian-backed actors during the election and how widely that content was seen. According to prepared remarks due to be presented tomorrow but acquired by
The Wall Street Journal today, the company estimates 80,000 pieces of content may have been viewed by a total of 126 million people.
The news came as part of what appears to be a concerted effort to spread the news online ahead of the hearing at the Senate’s judiciary subcommittee on crime and terrorism. Remarks were obtained by several outlets and Google even
put up an official blog post to accompany the news stories.
Previous estimates by Facebook included only the 3,000 ads from 470 separate accounts associated with Russian “entity” the Internet...Read details...
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