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Russia Probe Raises Serious Questions For Tech Companies

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With Facebook recently turning over approximately 3,000 Russian-linked ads, it's now Twitter's turn to face up to events that transpired during the 2016 Presidential election. On Thursday the social media platform - and Donald Trump's preferred mode of communication - will appear before Senate and House Intelligence Committee members.

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