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Facebook’s still deleting drag accounts and keeping bots

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Filed under: branding, business, internet, marketing, technology, UK, USA—Jack Yan @ 00.09

3 Responses to ‘Facebook’s still deleting drag accounts and keeping bots’

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  2. […] results in its own favour) and Facebook (forced downloads using the excuse of malware detection, kicking off drag queens and kings, tracking people after they have opted out, potential database issues that kick people off for […]

  3. […] that it might want this patent, but it will never use this technology.    A bit like how Facebook claims it wouldn’t kick drag kings and queens off its service, or how Facebook claims that you can set your advertising preferences, or how Facebook claims that […]

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