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Facebook Strikes Back At Apple


On Monday Facebook and Apple's cold war raged on. Nick Clegg, Facebook's head of global affairs and a top lieutenant to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, suggested that the company is not an "exclusive club" like Apple. Business Insider reports Clegg was parading Facebook's mission as a force for good in connecting the world at a time when it is facing unprecedented regulatory scrutiny.

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