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Facebook, OPC square off in court over Cambridge Analytica report

News | 01/20/2021 5:05 pm EST
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The motto of Facebook Inc. is, famously, “move fast and break things.”  But according to lawyers representing the federal privacy watchdog, the social media giant’s approach is closer to “move slow and block things” when responding to Canada’s attempted regulatory oversight.

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