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Facebook fined for failure to protect users from Cambridge Analytica

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Facebook fined for failure to protect users from Cambridge AnalyticaFacebook has been hit with first fine for abuse of data on its platform. On Tuesday, UK watchdog Information Commissioner’s Office announced a preliminary fine of $664,000 for allowing Cambridge Analytica to improperly scrape data about millions of users. The watchdog has imposed the maximum fine applicable, and this opens door for governments and authorities […]
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