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How Facebook grew into trouble

Por: Politico Tech December 10, 2020

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Started in 2004 as a project to connect Harvard students, Facebook now has 2.74 billion active users worldwide and owns three of the 10 most popular mobile apps — Facebook, Instagram and Facebook Messenger. And, state and federal regulators allege, it has grown into a corporate threat that uses its power to scoop up rivals and strangle competition. over its history of misleading users about what information would be made public. The company... + full article



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