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Indictment rings alarms on Facebook, so what can be done?

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The special counsel's indictment of Russian nationals from last week shows the central nature of Facebook as part of the meddling, and it also shows how ill-equipped the social media network was at preventing interference. Ramesh Srinivasan discusses.