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Paul Meeks Predicts Regulators Will Launch A ‘Full-Fledged Assault’ Against Facebook and Twitter

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Tech investor Paul Meeks is on CNBC’s Trading Nation to discuss Facebook and Twitter. He predicts that regulators will launch an assault on the two tech giants. Watch his interview below to get the full details.

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