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New York’s attorney general is probing social media companies after the deadly shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., ramping up pressure on the companies to take action against violent content.  

Meanwhile, the state’s human rights watchdog filed a complaint against Amazon over allegations of discrimination against pregnant and disabled workers.    

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New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) is launching an investigation into the role social media companies played in connection with the deadly shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., her office announced Wednesday.  

The probe will focus on Twitch,

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