Facebook Calls WikiLeaks Block ‘An Accident’ After Accusations Of Censorship

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Facebook has reportedly told WikiLeaks that it has unblocked links to the site on Facebook, calling the block “an accident” after it faced widespread accusations of political censorship.

This statement follows WikiLeaks instructing users to post archived images to Facebook in order to circumvent the block:

At the time of publication, WikiLeaks is the second highest trend on Facebook with 3,810 shares.

WikiLeaks recently linked to an article highlighting WikiLeaks emails that revealed collusion between the DNC and CNN, as well as an email from Donna Brazile, the interim DNC chair, in which Brazile states that she “will cuss out the Sanders camp.”

Brazile’s implication follows the resignation of Democratic Party Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz after WikiLeaks demonstrated that she had conspired against Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary.

Rob Shimshock is a Campus Reform correspondent and Breitbart contributor. Follow him on Twitter (@ShimshockAndAwe) for mischief, sarcasm, and truth.

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