Brazil fines Facebook R$6.6M over Cambridge Analytica

30/12/2019 | The Hill

The Brazilian Department of Consumer Protection has fined Facebook R$6.6M (£1.23m) for its role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal. A spokesperson for Facebook confirmed that the company is now considering its legal options in the case. 

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