Facebook is everywhere, whether we like it or not. The sheer size and power of the company has convinced some that it’s time to treat the company the same way we treat phone and cable companies: with anti-monopoly suits and heavy regulation. But reining in Mark Zuckerberg’s monopoly will be harder than it sounds.
Correction: At 1:18, we mention that about 180 million people use Snapchat each month. This is actually the number of users each day, not each month. Snapchat does not release global monthly user numbers.
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