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Facebook’s India employees sit tight till an update from its leadership team

Facebook’s India employees sit tight till an update from its leadership team
Facebook’s India employees sit tight till an update from its leadership team
Fact checkers working with Facebook said they had tried reaching out to some employees informally to understand how far they saw the developments panning.

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Employees waiting for agenda of co’s weekly townhall held every Wednesday

New Delhi | Mumbai: Facebook’s India employees are hoping to hear from managing director Ajit Mohan and its leadership team on the political controversy surrounding a critical Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report and policy enforcement concerns, during the social media giant's weekly townhall, multiple staffers told ET.The WSJ, citing former and current employees, had alleged that Ankhi Das, its public policy director for India, South and Central
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