The tech giant has said that it allows users to share information related to human smuggling and entering a country illegally
By Kelly Laco
FIRST ON FOX: In response to a request for a federal probe into Facebook over its policies regarding the potential use of the platform by human smugglers and sex traffickers, the Department of Justice declined to comment, citing longstanding department policy to neither confirm nor deny the existence of investigations.
Fox News exclusively reviewed a Nov. 17 letter by DOJ in response to a request by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich for the department to look into the social media giant’s practices.
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