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Facebook has deleted over 650 accounts linked to influence efforts from Iran and Russia in what's being described as an inauthentic coordinated campaign.
Facebook was tipped off by a cybersecurity firm FireEye which discovered a propaganda machine designed to promote policies that were favorable to Iran.
T-Mobile has committed to building a nationwide 5G network by 2020 aiming to make speeds of a 100 megabits a second available to 90 Percent of Americans.
T-Mobile says it's deploying 5G this year and will turn it on for consumers in early 2019.
And with the company's merger with Sprint on the horizon, T-Mobile believes 5G might even be a more affordable product when all is said and done.
And finally, China's total internet users.
It's grown past 800 million according to new report.
That's more than half the country's population.
Roughly 30 of the 800 million users were added just this year, though a lot of China's traffic stays local because of national Internet limitations.
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