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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced an overhauling in the manner in which the social media giant handles advertisers, which is bound to have a major impact on pages running ads.

OTTAWA-The federal and British Columbia privacy commissioners are joining forces to investigate Facebook and Canadian political consultancy AggregateIQ - two firms at the centre of an worldwide uproar over the unauthorized use of social-media data.

"After Sony Pictures' emails were hacked in 2014 we made a number of changes to protect our executives' communications", a Facebook spokesperson said.

And now, Professor of Law, Maureen Mapp told Money Control that anyone who has been breached could be entitled to thousand of Euro in compensation.

Sandberg was asked by the "Today Show" if other cases of misuse of user data could be expected.

Sandberg also said, in a different interview, that Facebook could not conduct such an audit because it must wait for the United Kingdom information commissioner to finish its investigation of Cambridge Analytica's election activity. It's all about cash money on this week's #GirlsWithGoals Listen in on your iPhone or Android now.

Users will also learn whether they're one of the almost 90 million affected by the Cambridge Analytica data breach.




Sandberg's boss, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is expected to testify on Capitol Hill next week regarding the scandal.

We also suggest that you put in a personal data request to see exactly what information the site has stored about you.

"But I think we got the balance wrong", she told Guthrie. As a result it's likely to take some time for the full facts to come out.

"Election interference is a problem that's bigger than any one platform, and that's why we support the Honest Ads Act", Zuckerberg said.

Facebook on Wednesday issued updates of its data policy, which sheds more light on how much data it collects on users and how that information is shared with other services.

In an interview on Thursday with Bloomberg television where she apologized for the handling of the data issue, Sandberg said "a few advertisers" had paused their spending.


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