Is it time to break up Facebook’s monopoly?
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The $800bn social media faces pressurization to prevent the flow of hate speech and disinformation and abuses, they also have been accused of stifling competition. For years now, Facebook has been accused of not doing enough to curb the spread of hate speech and disinformation, failing to manage content that pushes everything from coronavirus conspiracies to holocaust denial to genocide.

It has also been accused of crushing the competition, through acquisitions, copied products and strangling news content providers. But the US may file a lawsuit against Facebook for stifling competition. And, the look for oil in Namibia raises environmental concerns. We ask the CEO of oil explorer ReconAfrica.

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