Facebook allows messages on human smuggling…

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Social media giant Facebook acknowledged to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich it allows a platform for those seeking advice on human smuggling over international borders.

Brnovich is now asking Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate the matter, saying Facebook’s policy “undermines the rule of law.”

The California-based social media company responded July 30 to an inquiry from Brnovich, saying it uses its most stringent policies to crack down, ban and shield others from users who try to use the platform for illegal purposes that include human smuggling.

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However, the letter said that the company allows people to share information on how to “enter a country illegally and or request information” on human smuggling.

justthenews.com/nation/states/facebook-tells-arizona-ag-it-allows-messages-human-smuggling

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