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Mike Isaac who reports on Facebook for The New York Times has given his perspective on why the social media giant has been plagued by drama in the past few months—from employee protests related to how it responded to divisive politics, scathing civil right audits, and advertiser boycotts.

facebook 748885 640 smallMark Zuckerberg made a decision last fall to allow political figures to have free reign with their political agenda. Some people call it misguided since the ones with money and power are prioritized while the ones who are less powerful are restricted with their voices.

Facebook is also a petri dish for hate groups. These issues have caused big advertisers to boycott the social media platform.

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