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Strange News: Gaming and Death, Facebook has Censorship Problem, and North Korea's Leader May Be in a Coma

Strange News: Gaming and Death, Facebook has Censorship Problem, and North Korea's Leader May Be in a Coma

Update: 2020-08-317
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A tragic homicide seems linked to online gaming. Facebook continues to be under fire for its long-running, previously established issues with censorship, or lack thereof. In North Korea, new reports claim that Kim Jong Un has been in a coma for some time -- and that all of his recent appearances are pretaped or faked (Ben also remains unable to enter the country). All this and more in this week's edition of Strange News.

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adrian woodbury

facebook, Twitter and the others are covered from being sued because they "say" they are a platform on which anyone can write anything. when they start censoring what they "allow" or deem "ok", then they are no longer playing the role of a platform but they have become an editor.

Sep 1st
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Strange News: Gaming and Death, Facebook has Censorship Problem, and North Korea's Leader May Be in a Coma

Strange News: Gaming and Death, Facebook has Censorship Problem, and North Korea's Leader May Be in a Coma

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