Facebook is facing its greatest scrutiny yet following the story of Cambridge Analytica harvesting the personal data of millions of Facebook users, with the social media giant seemingly unable or unwilling to appropriately address this type of problem within its own framework of algorithms. Mark Zuckerberg testified in front of US congress as a show of faith that he was personally looking in to the problem, but can he be trusted? Steve and Ben examine the latest problems that Facebook has to deal with, including the fundamental question of whether or not the business model it was founded on actually works in an environment where it is beholden to stockholders.

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