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Facebook facing £500,000 fine in privacy scandal

Briefs | 07/11/2018 6:17 pm EDT

After the British Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) found that Facebook Inc. had “security issues” and a “lack of transparency” related to political data harvesting in its interaction with SCL Group Ltd., the regulator issued a notice of intent to fine the social media company £500,000 (C$870,000).

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