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People pushing to break up Facebook are overlooking one problem: It could bring back 'growth hacking'

Business Insider Tuesday, 14 May 2019
People pushing to break up Facebook are overlooking one problem: It could bring back 'growth hacking'· Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes wants to split Facebook into three companies: Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram.
· He thinks that's the best way to protect users and democracy.
· But it might be easier to regulate one giant company instead of a handful.
· The competition caused by splitting up Facebook might also return...
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