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Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said Facebook should be broken up: “They’re after your children

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Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has been critical of the Large-Tech for a given period of time. In a Wednesday interview, he went to work for a growing group of regulators, technologists, and activists, who have voiced support for breaking up on Facebook.

“It’s addicting, and it’s not good for you, they’re after your children, you need to run the political ads, that is not true … as well as the acquisition of other companies, and a mixture [of the other companies’ user data] in them,” Benioff said, in reference to Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram, WhatsApp, and other companies, in an interview with CNN. “And, I think, at that point, as they do now, they will probably have to be torn down. Because they have an influence, it is the largest social media platform on the planet.”

In January of 2018, the tech exec, told participants at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on social networks and that need to be addressed, such as many of the Big Tobacco because of their addictive nature.

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“We’re in a world where the most advanced technologies at our disposal, and we can do magical things,” Benioff told CNN. “But it also means that you can trust is our highest value. You have to ask yourself, ” trust Is the highest value? If it is not your highest value, then what is it?”

Benioff is also reportedly took issue with Facebook’s recent decision to enter the political ads for the Trump campaign that doesn’t have false claims, and who have earned the tech giant for a clapback from the Funds. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. The 2020 is a presidential candidate who has risen in the last years in the survey, the break-up of Silicon Valley companies such as Google, Amazon and Facebook is one of the pillars of her campaign.

“I think this is of the utmost importance in the age of social media, because they have the information of who the persuadables, and various forms of political organisations have been targeted at these groups,” he said. “That is, in the opinion of the 2016 election. It is a very delicate time right now.”

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