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The CEO of YouTube took a shot at Facebook: 'They should get back to baby pictures' (GOOG, FB)

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki was dismissive of Facebook's video ambitions during Recode's Code Media conference. Wojcicki said that Facebook "should get back to baby pictures." Facebook and YouTube are competing to become the dominant social video platform. YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki joked that rival site Facebook "should get back to baby pictures" rather than attempt to become a video platform that competes with YouTube, according to a report on CNBC.
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