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Internal Facebook Emails Leaked By UK Parliamentary Committee


A UK parliamentary committee released hundreds of pages of internal Facebook emails the company fought to keep secret. The documents include some emails sent by CEO Mark Zuckerberg, says CNN. The 250 pages of documents stems from a lawsuit brought against Facebook by a small app company called Six4Three. The UK parliamentary committee requested the documents as part of a larger investigation into Facebook.

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