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YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki: “I Think [Facebook] Should Get Back To Baby Pictures”

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has some fighting words for Facebook. Asked at the Code Media conference whether she’s worried about the social network’s video efforts, Wojcicki said that YouTube takes its competitors seriously, but is always looking forward in its quest to grow. “I think they should focus on what they’re focused on -- I think they should get back to baby pictures, and sharing,” she said.
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