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The Zuckerberg Hearing, That Anti-vax Question, and Ads

Read: Why the government pays billions to people who claim injury by vaccines Yet the idea that the existence of the fund proves that vaccines cause harm, as Posey argued, continues to find traction online—including on Facebook. As Hamblin reported after Facebook’s new vaccine-content policy was announced earlier this year: In one case, a …

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the House Financial Services Committee.

Mark Zuckerberg’s Answer To An Anti-Vaxxer Question Highlights Facebook’s Problematic Response To Misinformation

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the House Financial Services Committee in a hearing … [+] focused on Facebook’s digital currency project, called Libra. Getty Images Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg returned to Capitol Hill on Wednesday for the first time since April 2018, answering a litany of questions about Facebook’s digital currency project and how …

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How to Randomize Question and Answer Sequences in Google Forms

On Tuesday afternoon I published Google Forms Features You Should Know How to Use. That post and corresponding video has prompted a slew of emails from people either asking or suggesting that I make a video about how to have Google Forms questions and answers appear in random order within a quiz. So as a …

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Charter Schools May be the Answer, But What’s the Question?

Charter schools educate six percent of America’s children, but get an outsized amount of attention, pro and con. Partly because charter schools represent change: Charter schools have grown more than sevenfold in the last twenty years. Partly because charter schools educate an outsized, and concentrated, percentage of Black and Latinx students, and groups of Black …

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