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Daily Dashboard | US sens. want larger FTC fines against Facebook Related reading: Meta formally pitches EU regulators on ad-free services




U.S. Sens. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., and Josh Hawley, R-Mo., are calling for the Federal Trade Commission to expedite and increase its fines against Facebook, The Washington Post reports. The demands stem from a desire among U.S. lawmakers to punish the social network appropriately while sending a message to fellow tech giants. “This investigation has been long delayed in conclusion — raising the specter of a remedy that is too little too late,” the senators wrote in a letter to the FTC. “The public is rightly asking whether Facebook is too big to be held accountable. The FTC must set a resounding precedent that is heard by Facebook and any other tech company that disregards the law in a rapacious quest for growth.” Meanwhile, Reuters reports Facebook's recent project related to content labeling is raising more privacy concerns. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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