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Mark Zuckerberg suggests Facebook might have helped prevent the war in Iraq (FB)

Business Insider Friday, 18 October 2019
Mark Zuckerberg suggests Facebook might have helped prevent the war in Iraq (FB)· *Mark Zuckerberg suggested Facebook might have helped prevent the Iraq War if it had been around at the time.*
· *In a speech on Tuesday, the Facebook CEO also suggested that the debate around Iraq played a part in the origins of Facebook.*
· *This is a far rosier account of the social network's earlier days than is...
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