Meta's Profit from Hate Speech Ads & Drugs to Delay Aging in Dogs

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Meta's Profit from Hate Speech Ads & Drugs to Delay Aging in Dogs
By In Plain English • Issue #55 • View online
Meta has made thousands of dollars from numerous hate speech ads in 2022. These ads use the “groomer” slur that targets the LGBTQ community.
Plus: A startup is researching drugs that can extend the healthy lifespan of dogs. With already two drugs in development, the company wishes to release its first pill in a few years.
All this and more in this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.

Meta Has Made Thousands of Dollars From Hate Speech Ads
The Search for a Pill That Can Help Dogs—and Humans—Live Longer
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