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Why Facebook suspended a Boston data-analytics firm

By Bloomberg
21 July 2018   |   12:00 pm
Techonomy Chief Executive Officer David Kirkpatrick discusses Facebook's suspension of apps by Crimson Hexagon, a company founded by a Harvard University researcher.

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