$5B Facebook Deal Lets Gov't Grab User Data, Court Told

By Allison Grande (October 15, 2019, 10:04 PM EDT) -- Pressure is mounting on a D.C. federal court to reject a $5 billion privacy deal that Facebook reached with the Federal Trade Commission earlier this year, with a public interest legal group arguing that the arrangement would unfairly grant U.S. government officials warrantless access to Facebook users' data....

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