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Business News: Facebook introduced secretive new developer terms to prevent another Cambridge Analytica

Facebook has talked about restricting developer access to its platform in the wake of Cambridge Analytica, but we haven't heard much about how exactly the company might actually prevent a repeat of the scandal.


Source:www.businessinsider.com


Posted: 2018-07-11 08:37:30

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