Russia blocks access to Facebook

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Russia blocked Facebook on Friday citing “discrimination” against state-sponsored media. Here, a smartphone user in Moscow watches a Facebook clip of President Biden on Feb. 25. AP

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Russia cut off access to Facebook on Friday, capping a week in which the tech giant heeded European requests to block Russian-backed media outlets in the European Union and Britain and made the outlets’ content harder to find in the rest of the world.

Parent company Meta says it is rushing to try to restore

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