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FTC, Facebook Reportedly Agree To $5B Fine In Privacy Probe

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FTC, Facebook Reportedly Agree To $5B Fine In Privacy Probe

FTC, Facebook Reportedly Agree To $5B Fine In Privacy Probe

News outlets report the Federal Trade Commission OK&apos;d a $5 billion settlement with the social media company related to a privacy probe.

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