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Co-Founder Of Facebook Co Wants To Break Up Facebook

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Co-Founder Of Facebook Co Wants To Break Up Facebook

Co-Founder Of Facebook Co Wants To Break Up Facebook

According to Geek.com, "Fifteen years ago, Chris Hughes helped co-found globally popular social networking service Facebook.

Now he wants to dismantle it.

In a scathing—and lengthy—op-ed published by The New York Times, Hughes call for the government to break up Facebook’s monopoly and regulate the company to make it more accountable.

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