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Reports of Facebook data misuse spurs calls for regulation, scrutiny of social media firms

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Reports of Facebook data misuse spurs calls for regulation, scrutiny of social media firmsSome senators wants to grill social media CEOs over privacy concerns, but it's not clear whether those calls will be heeded on Capitol Hill.
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