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Facebook faces lawsuit for Cambridge Analytica privacy breach

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Facebook faces lawsuit for Cambridge Analytica privacy breach

Facebook faces lawsuit for Cambridge Analytica privacy breach

The attorney general of Washington D.C.

Filed a lawsuit against Facebook Wednesday for sharing users' information with Cambridge Analytica.

The lawsuit comes a day after the New York Times released a report saying Facebook shared user information with over 150 major technology companies.

Paul Wagenseil, cyber editor for Tom's Guide, joined CBSN to discuss all of this.

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