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[Thread] Media companies that received PPP loans after US disclosed recipients: $5M-$10M for Wikimedia, $2M-$5M for Fortune, $1M-$2M for Digiday, and more
Kayleigh Barber / Digiday:
Some publishers like BuzzFeed and The Strategist are capitalizing on rising sex toy sales, as social platforms block paid posts by sex toy retailers
Adam Rawnsley / The Daily Beast:
Conservative news sites like Newsmax have published opinion pieces from a network of at least 19 fake personas pushing Middle East propaganda over the past year
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