Facebook "Must Clarify They Aren’t Favouring Govt Over Opposition"

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Communications, Timmy Dooley is calling on Facebook to clarify that they are not engaging in partisan and preferential treatment of Government Ministers and advisors.

Deputy Dooley was commenting after it emerged that a...

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