A New Facebook Lobbying Team Emerges to Match Increasing Political Scrutiny

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To date, Facebook has taken a slower pace with building up its presence in Washington, D.C. But now it looks like that’s about to change. Privacy issues in particular have given politicians new reason to assert their role in protecting users and controlling industry.

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