Lizette Chapman

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Covers tech and venture capital for Bloomberg.

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The company Palantir likely has lots of data points about you -- who you know, who you work with, who your significant other is, what you buy, what social media posts you like.

What tech company Palantir knows about you

The company Palantir likely has lots of data points about you -- who you know, who you work with, who your significant other is, what you buy, what social media posts you like.

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