Facebook Dragging Its Feet On Privacy Probe, Calif. Says

Law360 (November 6, 2019, 3:01 PM EST) -- California's attorney general accused Facebook on Wednesday of not cooperating with a previously undisclosed investigation into the tech giant's privacy practices, including by failing to provide records of executives discussing third-party access to user data.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a lawsuit seeking to force Facebook to respond to subpoenas as part of an investigation into its privacy practices. (AP)

In a lawsuit filed in San Francisco Superior Court, Attorney General Xavier Becerra alleged that Facebook has failed to fully respond to subpoenas seeking information on the company's internal correspondence about political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, which improperly accessed the...

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