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Facebook introduced secretive new developer terms to prevent another Cambridge Analytica (FB)

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Facebook introduced secretive new developer terms to prevent another Cambridge Analytica (FB)**

· *There are new details of the secretive new terms Facebook is asking developers to sign before they can run apps on the social network.*
· *The new terms are designed to help Facebook police what data developers use and to prevent a second Cambridge Analytica.*
· *Facebook is trying to be more transparent but it...
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