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Facebook suspends tens of thousands of apps over privacy concerns

Deutsche Welle Saturday, 21 September 2019 ()
Facebook has said it has reviewed millions of apps and suspended tens of thousands out of privacy concerns. The ongoing probe was launched in response to the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
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Facebook Suspends Tens of Thousands of Apps The move was announced in a blog post by Facebook VP of Product Partnerships, Ime Archibong. The suspensions follow an ongoing investigation after the "episode" in which data firm Cambridge Analytica manipulated Facebook user data to influence U.S....

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