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02 November 2017, 12:35 | Denise Dawson
Tech giants to testify in Russia US election probe The Day Ahead
by Paul Miles
On Tuesday, in fact, Facebook General Counsel Colin Stretch said the company will double the number of staff working on safety and security, to 20,000, by the end of next year.
Those posts came from 120 fake, Russia-backed Facebook pages, that through likes, shares, and follows reached 126 million people, or half of all eligible American voters.
Lawyers for Facebook, Twitter and Google were repeatedly criticized by lawmakers for what they portrayed as a lack of effort in addressing foreign meddling on their platforms in the past and pressed to account for what steps they would take in the future.
The companies were also scheduled to testify before the U.S. House Intelligence Committee later on Wednesday. "You have a huge problem on your hands".
That comes after Zuckerberg opened wrote in today's earnings release that "We're serious about preventing abuse on our platforms".
Facebook now has 2.07 billion monthly users and 1.37 billion people who use the platform every day, according to its earnings report. "You have to be the ones to do something about it or we will". "Then they are manipulated by foreign actors and foreign agents".
"We're deeply concerned. This is an issue that we talk about constantly", Sean Edgett, Twitter's acting general counsel, said at the hearing. Like most of the Facebook ads, this one targeted those aged 18-65, and those who had liked the BlackMattersUS page - now known to be fake - and friends of those who had. Each general counsel also struggled to name an executive at their company who is specifically tasked with overseeing the threat. While the text itself says that an East Boston man "critically injured" two officers, the image in the body reads "our hearts are with those 11 heroes", suggesting the one ad may be splicing together information from separate incidents. "We would appreciate seeing the top people who are actually making the decisions".
King, who called Russia's influence online a "sophisticated worldwide strategy", used information compiled by Alliance for Securing Democracy to show that Russian Federation continues to try and interfere in American discourse by propagating hashtags related to President Donald Trump's attacks on NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, Trump's catchphrase "MAGA", and the ongoing conflict in Syria. Experts have said that the Russians' goals included promoting discord in the US and inciting violence.
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