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Facebook denies report that Mark Zuckerberg knew of privacy issues before Cambridge scandal: New emails found by Facebook (FB) may implicate CEO Mark Zuckerberg in several of the privacy controversies that have battered the social network, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday. According to the publication, a cache of unearthed emails show that Zuckerberg may have been aware of privacy problems with his site that pre-dated the Cambridge Analytica scandal that originally b put the company on the defensive.
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