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David Carroll 🦅 Sep 28
Remember that time when facebook threatened with lawsuits over ’s Cambridge Analytica reporting as a breach. Now there’s an incontrovertible breach and The Guardian is marked as spam.
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David Carroll 🦅 Sep 28
Replying to @AP @guardian
TIL that and are not whitelisted from spam filtering on facebook
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David Carroll 🦅 Sep 28
Replying to @profcarroll
How do you fix a false positive threshold problem like this? You probably put domains on a whitelist.
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David Carroll 🦅 Sep 28
Replying to @profcarroll
First rule about Facebook: Don’t talk about Facebook.
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David Carroll 🦅 Sep 28
Replying to @profcarroll
Didn’t mean for a weird spam glitch against the guardian to distract from the actual massive headline of the day. Ooops.
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David Carroll 🦅 Sep 28
Replying to @profcarroll
OK here’s the story that created the viral surge that created an unreated meta story
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Bjorn Larsen Sep 28
Replying to @profcarroll
At least 80 million now apparently, for the record:
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David Carroll 🦅 Sep 28
Replying to @bjorn
Figures usually rise from intial headline. We saw same pattern with RU IRA and Cambridge Analytica gradual disclosures.
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David Carroll 🦅 Sep 28
Replying to @profcarroll
This story keeps on giving.
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David Carroll 🦅 Sep 28
Replying to @profcarroll
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