Facebook will announce on Tuesday afternoon that it has identified a “coordinated political influence campaign,” comprised of “dozens of inauthentic accounts and pages that are believed to be engaging in political activity ahead of November’s miderm elections,” reports the New York Times, citing three people briefed on the matter.  While they aren’t sure it’s those pesky Russians, company officials …

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