Political activists are now asking the FTC to break Facebook up into four companies

Facebook Scandal

For the most part, it seems that Facebook managed to weather the storm following the Cambridge Analytica scandal. For starters, Mark Zuckerberg did a decent enough job during his appearance before Congress last month. Second, the company has appeased some critics by vowing to step up its efforts to not only improve privacy controls but to do a better job of deleting fake accounts while also curbing hate speech and trolling from malicious actors.

Having said that, the social networking giant isn't completely out of the woods just yet. Tomorrow, Zuckerberg is slated to testify before the European Parliament about data privacy issues where he will likely face more intense scrutiny than he did during his appearance on Capitol Hill.

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Political activists are now asking the FTC to break Facebook up into four companies originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 21 May 2018 at 21:31:43 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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