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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg used data from the users ‘ bargaining chip to consolidate the company’s power, leaked documents reportedly reveal

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A treasure trove of leaked Facebook documents, allegedly to paint a negative portrait of CEO Mark Zuckerberg — in which he has been striving for the consolidation of the company with the strength, and to beat its competitors by the use of the data of the users bargaining chip.

Of the 7,000 pages of documents, which were obtained and published by NBC News, are about 4,000 pages of internal communications, such as e-mails, notes, web, chats, presentations, and spreadsheets.

According to the news outlet, the documents show how the tech executive and his leadership team used the data from the user as the lever arm is involved in the interaction with the other tech companies.

As an example, cited by NBC News, Facebook gave in to Amazon’s special access to the data of the user, due to the fact that it’s a lot on Facebook advertising. One reportedly showed up with a messaging app, MessageMe, with its cut-off from the access of the data by Facebook, as it has been seen as a contender for the Menlo Park, California, usa. the company.

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The company has previously characterized the documents as “cherry-picked” and are pushed to their vulnerability on Wednesday.

“These are old documents, taken out of context by someone with an agenda against Facebook, and it spread out in public with a total disregard for the US laws,” a Facebook spokesman told Fox News, via e-mail.

Facebook, which was recently snapped up by one of the leading civil rights organization, is facing scrutiny in the state and federal level in the area of business management.

The documents are from a court case pending, in the state of California, court of justice known as Six4Three d. Facebook.

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