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Kamala Harris Would Consider Breaking Up Facebook

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Kamala Harris Would Consider Breaking Up Facebook

Kamala Harris Would Consider Breaking Up Facebook

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Kamala Harris of California told CNN on Sunday she wants to "seriously take a look" at breaking up Facebook.

She called the social media network "essentially a utility that has gone unregulated." Her remarks come shortly after one of Facebook's co-founders wrote in a New York Times op-ed that the company should be splintered, and that CEO Mark Zuckerberg's power is "unprecedented and dangerous." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

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