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US regulators ok $5 billion Facebook settlement

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US regulators ok $5 billion Facebook settlement

US regulators ok $5 billion Facebook settlement

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission approved a roughly $5 billion dollar settlement with Facebook over the social media giant&apos;s missteps in data privacy, according to a source.

Jane Lanhee lee reports.

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