A new email sent to members of Neil Young Archives announced that Facebook and Google login credentials will eventually be removed from the site. “Goodbye Facebook and Google buttons,” the email wrote. “We would like to thank you guys for accompanying us throughout this process. We know it’s not convenient, but we believe we’ll be better for it. “Quality whether you want it or not!” “Scroll down to see the full email.
The email also points to an article by Neil Young Archives titled “NYA Days Away From Dropping Social Media Platform”, which states that NYA is paying nearly $ 20,000 to pull out of Facebook. “Facebook intentionally allows dishonesty and lies in its political ads to circulate on the platform, while the bot causes discord among users,”; the article wrote. “Sowing dissent and turmoil in our country through false political information is something we cannot tolerate. Simply put, Facebook is having trouble with our election. Find the complete sentence below.
Earlier this month, Neil Young filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump’s presidential campaign for copyright infringement against the “Rockin ‘in the Free World” and “Devil’s Sidewalk” campaign at rallies and political events. In June, Young shared a new song titled “Vacancy” which has been long awaited Homegrown LP, released later that month.
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