Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg leveraged user data over rivals and helped friends


    Documents obtained by NBC News show that Facebook executives, including CEO Zuckerberg, had multiple discussions around selling user data to firms. The company eventually decided to give data to developers whom Zuckerberg considered personal “friends,” or to those who spent money on Facebook and shared their own data with the firm. It also denied rivals access to its data. Facebook denied claims of preferential treatment based on ad-spending or personal relationships. (NBC News)

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