Expectations that Facebook would be hit with anything remotely resembling meaningful fines over the Cambridge Analytica scandal have been dashed, with Britain's Information Commissioner’s Office levying a £500,000 penalty on the company.
Users of the end-to-end encrypted messaging service WhatsApp can expect to be deluged by ads soon, after the founders of the program, who sold it to Facebook, ended their association with the social media giant.
A coalition of eight advocacy groups is asking the US Federal Trade Commission take steps to break up Facebook, with Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger spun off into competing networks.
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