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    Before Cambridge Analytica became one of Facebook's biggest headaches, the company was dealing with an entirely different privacy controversy -- its own use of photos to create a database matching people's names with their faces.
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    "Does Google, through this phone, know that I have moved here?" Rep. Ted Poe asked Google CEO Sundar Pichai. "You make $100 million a year, you ought to be able to answer the question."
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