Facebook Deserves $2B Privacy Fine, Advocacy Orgs Tell FTC

By Kaitlyn Burton (January 25, 2019, 8:49 PM EST) -- Consumer groups have urged the Federal Trade Commission to fine Facebook more than $2 billion for allegedly violating an agreement not to share user data in a way that goes beyond privacy settings, a penalty that would dwarf a record $22.5 million fine the agency hit Google with in 2012....

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