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No company has experienced growing pains as severe as Facebook Inc. The company’s past failures to ensure privacy, protect data and police content have left its executives confronting a simple question: Can we trust you?

Right now, we have little choice, though. We rely on it in this weird time of disease-enforced isolation, its virtual society being one of our few ways to safely close the distance the pandemic has forced upon us.

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