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    Facebook before the judiciary to leak data 87 million users

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    Post by Rocky Thu 20 Dec 2018, 2:04 am

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    Facebook before the judiciary to leak data 87 million users

    Facebook faces its first lawsuit against the US judiciary after the scandal of selling user data by Cambridge Analytica, a company linked to President Trump's campaign in 2016.
    The Colombian District Attorney's Office announced that it had sued Facebook for the Cambridge scandal, accusing the Facebook of widespread privacy violations.
    The new lawsuit filed in the Supreme Court is the first major government action taken in the United States against Facebook because of the incident.
    The lawsuit claims that Facebook's laxity in monitoring privacy protocols and confusing privacy settings has put personal information to millions of Americans at risk, allowing such an incident and data leakage to third-party applications and partner companies.
    It claims that the company has misrepresented the ability of third-party developers to obtain data, and according to the case, Facebook has violated the Consumer Protection Act through its procedures, the Prosecutor's Office seeks to obtain civil penalties.
    "We are reviewing the complaint and look forward to continuing our discussion with prosecutors in the District of Columbia and elsewhere," a spokesman for Facebook said.
    "Facebook failed to protect the privacy of its users and deceived them about who could access their data and how it was used," the prosecutor said in a statement. Facebook puts users at risk of tampering by allowing companies like Cambridge Analytics and other third-party applications to collect personal data without permission from users. "
    "The lawsuit today aims to make Facebook fulfill its promise to protect the privacy of its users. And develop new protocols to protect user data, and we hope that this lawsuit will send a message to other platforms in the broader technology. "


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