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    So you need to contact Facebook. You got locked out of your account for some reason, or you want to know how to better protect your privacy. Maybe you just need help managing a Facebook page for ...

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  4. Sheryl Sandberg - Wikipedia

    e. Sheryl Kara Sandberg (born August 28, 1969) [2] is an American technology executive, philanthropist, and writer. Sandberg served as chief operating officer (COO) of Meta Platforms, a position from which she stepped down in August 2022. [3] She is also the founder of LeanIn.Org. [4] In 2008, she was made COO at Facebook, becoming the company ...

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    If you want to ask other users for help with editing or using Wikipedia, stop by the Teahouse, Wikipedia's live help channel, or the help desk to ask someone for assistance. If you disagree with an article's content, or are involved in a content dispute, see Dispute resolution. The links on the left should direct you to how to contact us or ...

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    An August 2019 internal Facebook study found that Breitbart News was the least trusted news source, and also ranked as low-quality, in the sources it looked at across the U.S. and Great Britain. [82] Breitbart News has published several articles accusing the English Wikipedia of having a left-wing and liberal bias.

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  9. Denis McDonough - Wikipedia

    Denis McDonough's opening statement at his confirmation hearing to be Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Recorded January 27, 2021. Denis Richard McDonough (born December 2, 1969) is an American government official serving under President Joe Biden since 2021 as the eleventh United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs. [1]