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Take Steps to Protect Your Facebook Data

Facebook is not getting a lot of likes these days. This spring, we learned that Cambridge Analytica, a data analytics and political consulting firm, gained access to the personal information of up to 87 million Facebook users. In the weeks that followed, Facebook's stock plunged, founder Mark Zuckerberg testified before Congress, and lawmakers discussed regulating how tech giants manage consumer information. In an effort to repair the damage, the social media giant announced plans to prevent further misuse of user data. It's also rolling out easier-to-use tools to help you manage

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