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6 March 2019 By Jennifer Saba, Gina Chon

Boss Mark Zuckerberg is extolling the virtues of small, closed networks, the antithesis of the behemoth he created. His manifesto borrows from Snap, WeChat and Apple, creating service-like revenue but jeopardizing advertising. It raises the question of whether he’s serious.

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