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Lawyers and legislators come for Facebook

By Bloomberg
20 December 2018   |   10:41 am
Matthew Patsky, Trillium Asset Management chief executive officer, says that the level of concern about recent Facebook Inc. privacy breaches has increased much more than predicted.

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