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'Troublemakers' follows the meteoric transformation of Silicon Valley’s founding generation

Today’s Silicon Valley is known as much for its innovation as for the controversy that many of its most powerful companies elicit.  Google and Facebook have transformed the way people connect to information and one another, and yet many consumers are wary of companies that gather increasingly granular data on their preferences and behaviors. Twitter’s executives were recently called to Washington to explain how their platform

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