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The future of Facebook and democracy with Casey Newton and Alex Stamos

The future of Facebook and democracy with Casey Newton and Alex Stamos

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Facebook's former chief security officer Alex Stamos joined Casey Newton onstage at SXSW to discuss the difficult issues that plague Facebook and democracy.

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The future of Facebook and democracy with Casey Newton and Alex Stamos

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