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Daily Dashboard | UK Parliament obtains internal Facebook documents on privacy Related reading: Will NYT's facial-recognition story sway privacy debate?


U.K. Parliament has been able to obtain internal documents from Facebook that reveal privacy-related decisions made by the company, the Guardian reports. Parliament received the documents from U.S. software company Six4Three. The software company alleges the documents show Facebook knew of the implications of its privacy policy and allowed them to go unchecked, which led to the Cambridge Analytica situation. A Facebook spokesperson said Six4Three’s “claims have no merit, and we will continue to defend ourselves vigorously.” BBC News reports Facebook has appealed the 500,000 GBP fine imposed by the U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office related to Cambridge Analytica.
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