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The fast food chain's German division suggested customers commemorate the anniversary of Nazi attacks on Jews by eating cheesy chicken.
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"We picked out the worst cases we could think of," said Rosie Sharpe, a campaigner at Global Witness. "The ones that ought to be the easiest for Facebook to detect."