Shared May 9, 2019
Facebook’s co-founder, Chris Hughes, is calling to break-up the company. The company has grown too big and too powerful, and is posing a threat to democracy, the economy, and privacy. In this video op-ed, Hughes argues that there are two simple steps that could right the ship for Americans.
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