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FBI, SEC and FTC join DoJ investigation into Facebook data leaks to Cambridge Analytica

Tuesday 3 July 2018 | 08:59 CET | News
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) have joined the Department of Justice (DoJ) in its investigation into Facebook and its role in sharing data with Cambridge Analytica, the Washington Post reported. The investigation will look into the data leaks that affected 71 million people in the US.

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