The two-hour recordings capture open Q&As that Mark Zuckerberg conducted with employees in July and, while the mood is light, he rails against the prospect of the U.S. government trying to break up the FAANG. A particular target is U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, who’s seeking the nomination as the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate. He also said it “doesn’t make sense” for him to attend every government meeting to which he’s called. (The Verge)
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