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When Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook in 2004, it was designed as a way for Ivy-league uni students to interact and share their personalities, pictures, and aspects of their lives over a (at least at the time, relatively) secure website where one user could only access the page of another if they were first invited to do so. It was the most globally-downloaded app during the smart phone boom of the 2010s, and, at least during its adolescence, was a mostly harmless web-based platform designed to make friends and share stories.

Cut to 2020, and Facebook has evolved (or devolved, depending…

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