The U.S. House Judiciary Committee has requested documents from Facebook as it builds toward several potential investigations, CNN Business reports. The committee has asked for information on Facebook's ad transparency program, how the platform has been used by individuals who have committed hate crimes, and details about voter suppression efforts conducted by users. A Facebook spokesman said the tech company is cooperating with the committee. Meanwhile, The New York Times profiles U.S. Federal Trade Commission Chairman Joseph Simons before his agency makes a potential ruling against Facebook, while the tech company sued two men for allegedly using quiz apps to collect user data.
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