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Facebook takes first compliance officer from ViacomCBS

Friday 29 January 2021 | 16:47 CET | News
Facebook has hired Henry Moniz to be its first compliance officer, as it faces scrutiny from regulators and lawmakers, Reuters reported. Moniz comes from ViacomCBS where he has been the top compliance official since 2019. He has held senior compliance roles at Viacom from 2004.

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