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Tim Sparapani distinguished himself as a civil liberties attorney in legal battles over privacy. Now he’s the public public director for Facebook – a company sitting on mountains of personal information from users located across the globe. Kojo talks with him about how Facebook intends to define itself in Washington and how social networking sites will factor into the public policy debates of the future.
- Tim Sparapani Public Policy Director, Facebook
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