Facebook is struggling to stop vaccine misinformation, leaks suggest

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CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan and New York Times tech reporter Davey Alba break down internal Facebook documents that suggest it is having a tougher time managing misinformation than it’s letting on. #CNN #News

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