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It’s been quite a week for big tech. Just after Mark Zuckerberg laid out a long manifesto to supposedly reorient the company’s goals around user privacy, presidential contender Sen. Elizabeth Warren put forth a proposal to break up his company and other tech giants through antitrust action. Meanwhile, thousands of retailers met in Las Vegas for this year’s Shoptalk conference to discuss some of the trends roiling the industry.
Here are some of the stats that stood out from this week’s news:
15 million users: That’s the number of users Facebook has supposedly lost in the U.S.