'The Facebook Files'; How Rural Afghanistan Views The Taliban Takeover : Here & Now The Wall Street Journal's series "The Facebook Files" dives into a trove of internal documents from Facebook that reveal how much the company knows about what's wrong with its platform, and what — if anything — it's doing to fix it. Sam Schechner, senior tech reporter for the Wall Street Journal, tells us more. and safety from U.S. drone strikes and Afghan government raids. The Wall Street Journal's Yaroslav Trofimov talks about his conversations with rural Afghans.

'The Facebook Files'; How Rural Afghanistan Views The Taliban Takeover

'The Facebook Files'; How Rural Afghanistan Views The Taliban Takeover

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The Wall Street Journal's series "The Facebook Files" dives into a trove of internal documents from Facebook that reveal how much the company knows about what's wrong with its platform, and what — if anything — it's doing to fix it. Sam Schechner, senior tech reporter for the Wall Street Journal, tells us more.

And, for people living in rural Afghainstan, the Taliban's takeover means peace and safety from U.S. drone strikes and Afghan government raids. The Wall Street Journal's Yaroslav Trofimov talks about his conversations with rural Afghans.

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