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Twitter and Facebook overreach in limiting New York Post story: Former FB chief privacy officer

Chris Kelly, former Facebook general counsel, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss Facebook and Twitter’s decision to suppress distribution of a New York Post story regarding Hunter Biden. Facebook has limited the distribution pending fact checking and Twitter says the story violated its hacked material policy.


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