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16 Facebook employees leading Mark Zuckerberg's mission to rebuild the social network and reverse its troubles in the massive 'pivot to privacy' (FB)

Business Insider Wednesday, 27 November 2019
16 Facebook employees leading Mark Zuckerberg's mission to rebuild the social network and reverse its troubles in the massive 'pivot to privacy' (FB)The future, according to Mark Zuckerberg, is private.

Reeling from two years of bruising scandals, Facebook has begun a major initiative to overhaul the social network so that it's more attuned to the privacy and security implications of a service used by more than 2 billion people. 

As part of this so-called pivot to...
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