The fallout from the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica revelations continues as the user data of 2.7 million Europeans was affected by the incident. Facebook has expressed a "willingness to engage" with EU regulators. In a press briefing Thursday, a spokesman for EU Justice Commissioner Věra Jourová said Jourová has communicated with Facebook "to arrange for high-level contacts in the coming days." Former U.S. Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection Director David Vladeck, who worked on the 2011 consent decree with Facebook, published a scathing blog post of the company, suggesting it come out and admit it violated the agreement. Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, has been monitoring the developments and rounds up the latest in this report for The Privacy Advisor.
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