According to Norwegian tech site NRKbeta, Facebook has been reported to data protection authorities for breaking European privacy law in Norway, The Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Greece. After the revelation of the Facebook Cambridge Analytica scandal, the social media giant has admitted that as many as 87 million people’s data was affected, or about 27 million more than originally reported. The company says that mostly US citizens were affected, but it’s now clear that the data collecting affected users in Europe as well The reports to European data protection authorities, which were filed simultaneously by multiple consumer organizations,…

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