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Facebook general counsel Colin Stretch explained the company's change of heart in a post yesterday that accompanied Zuckerberg's announcement.
Strech said, 'We believe it is vitally important that government authorities have the information they need to deliver to the public a full assessment of what happened in the 2016 election.'That is an assessment that can be made only by investigators with access to classified intelligence and information from all relevant companies and industries — and we want to do our part,' he said.
He's trying to force a deeper investigation into similar disinformation campaigns that Russia might be running through Facebook in countries that were previously under Soviet control.'When I was raising this issue, they were kind of dismissive,' Warner told the Washington Post. I find it hard to believe they’ve only been able to identify 470 accounts in America.'Speaking about the effort to obtain the ads that are known to have run in the U.
S., Schiff said he was 'distressed that it has taken us this long to be informed that the Russians had paid for at least 0,000 of ads designed to try to influence our electoral process.'Special Counsel Robert Mueller obtained the Facebook ads purchased by a Russian troll farm through a search warrant.
Legislators of the House and Senate Intelligence Committees worried that Facebook was withholding evidence that could rip the lid off Russia 's propaganda campaign during the 2016 election.
Yesterday afternoon, Zuckerberg said Facebook would turn over the ads anyway.
Russian interference is one of the reasons for her loss which Clinton has mentioned in her laundry list of who and what she blames.
But Trump has dismissed it as a 'hoax' and 'fake news'.
States that told The Associated Press they had been targeted include Alabama, Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator Michael Haas said Homeland Security told 21 states that 'Russian government cyber actors' targeted their state voter registration systems in 2016.What about the totally biased and dishonest Media coverage in favor of Crooked Hillary? His framing of the controversy as part of the 'Russian hoax' casts new doubt on the Republican president's position on disruptive behavior that four U. 'Nobody really knows for sure,' he said during a July news conference.With Clinton on a book tour promoting herself as the better of the two general election candidates, along with her election memoir What Happened, the easily riled president has revived his nickname for his former political opponent, 'Crooked Hillary.'He deployed it this morning as he claimed that favorable media coverage of Clinton was more influential in presidential race than anything Russia did, specifically citing the revelation that a Russian troll farm spent 0,000 to promote political pages on Facebook last year. After Special Counsel Robert Mueller obtained a warrant for the ads, Facebook gave him copies of the content.Trump has spoken in the past about his personal belief that huge numbers of illegal votes were cast in the election.In Wisconsin specifically, Clinton has claimed that there were Republican-led efforts at voter suppression.