A man from Toronto is suing Facebook $500,000 for the Cambridge Analytica data-sharing revelations, IT Business Canada reports. Alfonzo Mattucci filed suit against the company over claims he has received hundreds of unsolicited calls and emails since the incident. A lawyer for Mattucci said his client was notified twice from Facebook that his "personal information had been improperly accessed and shared with Cambridge Analytica without his consent or knowledge." Darryl Singer, Mattucci's lawyer, said, "[His anxiety] is a result of knowing his information is out there, receiving dozens and dozens of these unwanted calls and emails and not knowing who has his info or how it's going to be used."
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