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Daily Dashboard | FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection acting director addresses Facebook consent decree claim Related reading: Navigating privacy amid the holiday shopping frenzy

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U.S. Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection Acting Director Samuel Levine wrote a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg regarding a claim the technology company made about its consent decree with the agency. Levine said Facebook's claim that "its actions against an academic research project conducted by NYU’s Ad Observatory were required by the company’s consent decree" was inaccurate. He added the tech company should have contacted the FTC, where they "would have pointed out that the consent decree does not bar Facebook from creating exceptions for good-faith research in the public interest."
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