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Elizabeth Warren agrees with facebook co founder's criticism

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Elizabeth Warren agrees with facebook co founder's criticism

Elizabeth Warren agrees with facebook co founder's criticism

Facebook co founder Chris Hughes recently suggested breaking up the company.

Sen.

Elizabeth Warren said Hughes is right and that “big tech companies have too much power.” Her comments come two months after Warren rolled out her own plan to break up the largest U.S. tech companies.

According to Business Insider, her plan includes Facebook, Amazon and Google.

Warren said: &quot;They&apos;ve bulldozed competition, used our private info for profit, hurt small businesses &amp; stifled innovation.”

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