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Facebook Cofounder Says Zuckerberg's Master Plan Was 'Domination'


Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes urged the U.S. government to break apart Facebook in an op-ed published Thursday in the New York Times. Hughes says CEO Mark Zuckerberg has always thought about Facebook in terms of "domination." Zuckerberg has grown Facebook into a monopoly that needs to be regulated and held accountable, Hughes wrote. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

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