New York (dpa) - After more than a year of investigations into Facebook for breaches of privacy, the US Trade Authority FTC has agreed according to a media report a billions of dollars. The commission's top five executives voted three to two votes in favor this week to pay around five billion dollars, the Wall Street Journal wrote. The FTC and Facebook declined to comment. The FTC had initiated investigations as part of the Cambridge-Analytica scandal.
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