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Facebook investor compares network to Nazi propaganda

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Facebook investor compares network to Nazi propagandaSpeaking in Washington, former Facebook investor Roger McNamee (pictured) warned he believed Facebook had ‘absolved itself’ from responsibility for what it had created.
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