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Facebook shares sink more than 6 percent on privacy issues

Seattle Times Monday, 19 March 2018
Facebook shares sink more than 6 percent on privacy issuesNEW YORK (AP) — Facebook shares fell more than 6 percent in morning trading as the social media company faced criticism following reports that a data mining company working for the Trump campaign improperly obtained and kept data on tens of millions of users during the 2016 election. A former employee of Cambridge Analytica said […]
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News video: Jim Carrey Got Rid of His Facebook Stock at the Right Time

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Back on February 6, actor Jim Carrey said he would ditch his Facebook shares over the company profiting from Russian interference in US elections. Since February 6, Facebook shares have fallen more than 9% following news that data firm Cambridge Analytica accessed personal information of 50 million...

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