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Oh, lord.


"Facebook already asks for your thoughts. Now it wants your prayers.

The social media giant has rolled out a new prayer request feature, a tool embraced by some religious leaders as a cutting-edge way to engage the faithful online. Others are eyeing it warily as they weigh its usefulness against the privacy and security concerns they have with Facebook."


WilliamCharles 8 Aug 9

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So much for trying to stop disinformation.


It's just a way to increase users to their platform. If they increase users, they sell more ad space, which means more revenue for FB.

It's marketing 101.


But they still don't have a puke 🤮 & nauseous 🤢 emoji or even a questioning one.

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