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Facebook is in the news this week as the social networking company faces criticism from privacy advocates, members of Congress and some of its users over how much personal information the company shares with other companies and the rest of the Web.

In this week's All Tech Considered, we discuss the company, which has more than 400 million users and is the dominant U.S.-based social network.

Some info relevant to the segment:

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