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TSA Takes To Twitter For AMA

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Tonya Stands recovers from being pepper sprayed by police after swimming across a creek with other protesters hoping to block construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., on November 2. John L. Mone/AP hide caption

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Ex-Head Of Twitter News: Social Media Companies Alone Shouldn't Regulate 'Fake News'

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Mark Zuckerberg Addresses Fake News On Facebook

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says his company is responding to sharp criticisms over fake stories appearing in its news feeds. He's seen here speaking Saturday at the APEC CEO Summit, part of the broader Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Lima. Rodrigo Buendia/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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President Barack Obama meets with President-elect Donald Trump in the Oval Office on Nov. 10, two days after the election. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Commander-In-Tweet: Trump's Social Media Use And Presidential Media Avoidance

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Commander In Tweet: Trump Avoids Media Filter With Twitter

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How does Facebook decide when to take down controversial images and posts? Chelsea Beck/NPR hide caption

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From Hate Speech To Fake News: The Content Crisis Facing Mark Zuckerberg

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From Candidate To President-Elect, How Trump's Twitter Strategy Might Change

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This undated picture released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on Aug. 4 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un delivering a speech at the April 25 House of Culture in Pyongyang. KCNA Via KNS/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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