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Are social media platforms listening to consumers through their smartphones?

CBS News Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Social media companies are facing increased scrutiny for allegedly spying on our conversations via smartphone and targeting ads based on what we say. According to Pew Research, 81% of Americans own a smartphone. Cindy Pom reports.
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