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Mark Zuckerberg Apparently Wanted To Block Vine's Access To Data
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5 Dec 2018 05:10 PM EST

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg personally approved a decision to block video app Vine's access to data, according to a batch of leaked documents. The papers were published by British politician Damian Collins, who implied that Vine was targeted because it was Facebook a competitor. Vine was owned by Twitter and shut down in 2016. One of its cofounders recently announced he will be launching another looping video app in Spring 2019.

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