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No Love Lost: Facebook and Apple's Privacy Battle

The war of words between two of Silicon Valley's biggest tech companies heats up as Facebook and Apple continue to battle over privacy. Mark Zuckerberg claims the iPhone maker's latest privacy policy will hurt small businesses. Tim Cook fires back with a blistering rebuke of the social media company, condemning its business model. And now Facebook threatens an antitrust lawsuit against Apple. But this strained relationship isn't new — read how it began with Steve Jobs more than a decade ago.

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No Love Lost: Facebook and Apple's Privacy Battle

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