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Facebook fined $5 billion for mishandling users' data

CBS News Monday, 15 July 2019
Regulators at the FTC have slapped Facebook with a record fine, but some lawmakers are criticizing the nearly $5 billion penalty as a drop in the bucket. CNET editor-at-large Ian Sherr joins CBSN with more.
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MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA β€” A law student at the University of New England in Australia claimed on Twitter that he has found evidence that Facebook is embedding 'hidden codes" on photos shared by users on its website. Edin Jusupovic, explained that he noticed a "structural abnormality" in the...

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