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Facebook to pay $9 million to Competition Bureau after investigation

Briefs | 05/19/2020 4:19 pm EDT

Facebook Inc. must pay a $9 million penalty to the Competition Bureau after making “false or misleading claims” about the privacy of personal information on the main Facebook platform and its Messenger app, according to a Tuesday release from the Competition Bureau. 

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