Since the terrible shootings at Sandy Hook school in Newtown, the National Rifle Association — the leading gun advocacy group in the US — has been silent. In fact, it even took down its Facebook page. Now the organization is talking again ahead of a Friday press conference it plans. That includes its return to Facebook and sharing with other social media services.
The NRA’s drop from Facebook was perhaps best covered by TechCrunch earlier this week, which documented how the page was hidden from public view. The NRA kept its Twitter and Google+ pages up, perhaps because it’s harder to temporarily hide those and easier to restrict external postings to them. However it didn’t share any information through them.
Now the NRA Facebook page is back.
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