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Facebook agrees to provide some documents for California privacy probe

Friday 22 November 2019 | 09:47 CET | News
Facebook will hand over some documents to the state of California, after Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a petition with the San Francisco Court earlier this month, asking the company to comply with outstanding subpoenas and investigation requests issued in June. The investigation concerns Facebook's business practices, including its relationship with Cambridge Analytica.

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