AP FACT CHECK: FACEBOOK'S MURKY DATA-SHARING PRACTICES

NEW YORK (AP) — Mark Zuckerberg's latest attempt to explain Facebook's data-sharing practices is notable for its omissions as well as what it plays up and plays down.In a Wall Street Journal op-ed Thursday titled "The Facts About...

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