Facebook Data Breach Broke Canada’s Privacy Laws, Regulators Say

Data commissioner will take the social network to court

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Officials from Canada have concluded that Facebook “committed serious contraventions of Canadian privacy laws” when the personal data of more than 87 million worldwide users (and 622,000 Canadians) was leaked and leveraged by Cambridge Analytica.

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