Facebook called 'digital gangsters'

A new report by British lawmakers said the social media giant intentionally violates data-privacy and competition laws.
0:53 | 02/18/19

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In today's tech bikes FaceBook being called digital gangsters that accusation comes in annual report for British lawmakers who say FaceBook. Intentionally violates data privacy and competition laws. The company denies it breach protection laws and it says it's open to quote meaningful regulation. And Samsung is done with Blu-ray the company says it will no longer produce Blu-ray players at least your in the US the move is seen as the company's reaction to a growing number of viewers using streaming services like Netflix and Hulu. Finally a blast from the digital pass and found his old apple two. That mob computer is released by apple in 1983. Those your tech bikes have a great day.

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