Facebook's Coronavirus Grift

I visited my sister in San Francisco for her birthday two years ago. It was June, and she had moved there two months before to work at a very fancy hotel chain (from which she was recently furloughed). We were touristing around the city with the help of her very gracious concierge benefits — restaurants and attractions offer concierges free meals or tickets, because they want you to recommend them to your guests (we tipped heavy, of course) — and I kept seeing them, everywhere. Ads for Facebook and how much they were doing to be better at keeping people safe, or some vague language of the sort. This was 2018, so a few months after Mark Zuckerberg's

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