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Daily Dashboard | Facebook, Mass. attorney general spar over records disclosure Related reading: Infographics highlight CCPA enforcement, litigation



Facebook has asked a Massachusetts Superior Court judge to allow records related to data misuse to remain withheld from a privacy probe into the social network by the Massachusetts attorney general, Reuters reports. The attorney general's office is seeking to obtain records on 10,000 apps that Facebook believes are putting user data at risk. While Massachusetts Assistant Attorney General Sara Cable, CIPP/US, argued the records were needed to examine Facebook's "blind eye" to data misuse, Facebook's lawyer, Felicia Ellsworth, countered by claiming the records were not available for disclosure under attorney-client privileges.
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