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Facebook Building Legal Team Of Antitrust Experts After Call For It To Be Broken Up

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According to a report by Business Insider, Facebook is hiring a team of new lawyers and policy experts with expertise in competition law after one of the company's co-founders called for the social network to be broken up under antitrust regulation. The company is reportedly facing increased criticism over its size and power, as well as, an international push for regulators to take action. Business Insider reports that, on Thursday, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes made headlines with a New Yorker op-ed arguing that the social network had grown too large and powerful, and needed antitrust law to step in and rein it in.

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