Not so fast. Facebook apparently has not finished investigating whether Russian hackers influenced the Brexit referendum campaign.
The social network told a British parliamentary committee in a letter on Wednesday that it will reopen its investigation after British lawmakers said they were not satisfied with the company's findings last month.
In October, parliamentary committee chair Damian Collins wrote to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, asking the company to share similar material that the committees of the US Congress. UU They received in their investigation about the interference in the Russian elections. Facebook said thatin the United States saw incendiary political ads purchased by the Internet Research Agency, an Internet troll farm backed by Russia, during the 2016 campaign in the United States .
Representatives ofto provide more transparency and take proactive measures to prevent that propaganda from happening again.
British lawmakers are concerned that the Russians may have played a role in the heatedly debated referendum last year in which Britain voted to leave the European Union. Facebook said its initial investigation found "a minimal amount" of activity related to the United Kingdom.
In Wednesday's letter, Facebook policy director in the United Kingdom, Simon Miller, told Collins that the company's latest investigation "will look if we can identify other similar groups involved in coordinated activities" around the referendum.
Miller said the investigation could take several weeks.
"We are committed to making every reasonable effort to establish whether or not there was a coordinated activity similar to that found in the United States," he said.
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