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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on April 11, 2018. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Did Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Intend To Deceive?

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As part of a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg could be subject to penalties if his company doesn't comply with an agreement over privacy violations. Ben Margot/AP hide caption

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FTC To Hold Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Liable For Any Future Privacy Violations

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The viral face-transforming FaceApp climbed to the top of the App Store on Wednesday. FaceApp hide caption

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Democrats Issue Warnings Against Viral Russia-Based Face-Morphing App

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U.S. lawmakers will question lobbyists and officials from Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple on an array of issues. Reuters hide caption

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'Facebook Is Dangerous': Firms In Hot Seat As Congress Probes Big Tech

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Kate Klonick, assistant professor of law at St. John's University, gave her students an optional assignment for spring break: Try to identify a stranger based solely on what they reveal in public. Above, strangers commuting in London. Classen Rafael / EyeEm/Getty Images/EyeEm hide caption

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Googling Strangers: One Professor's Lesson On Privacy In Public Spaces

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Most of us ignore the fine print. But one woman who didn't earned herself $10,000. Others have found themselves on the losing end of a contract they didn't bother to read. Sofie Delauw/Getty Images/Cultura RF hide caption

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during the F8 Facebook Developers conference on May 1, 2018, in San Jose, Calif. He is pledging more enhanced privacy and other features when it comes to private messages. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook has been paying young users as young as 13 years old up to $20 a month to install an app called Facebook Research, TechCrunch reported. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook, Google Draw Scrutiny Over Apps That Collected Data From Teens

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An Apple executive talks about group FaceTime during an announcement of new products at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in June. Apple says it has disabled group FaceTime after a bug was revealed letting callers eavesdrop on recipients before they accepted a call. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during the annual F8 conference in San Jose, Calif., on May 1. California passed legislation that would allow users to sue for damages for data breaches like the one Facebook recently suffered. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Why The Tech Industry Wants Federal Control Over Data Privacy Laws

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Ashok Kumar distributes government food rations to customer Leela Devi at his shop near Ramgarh, in India's Jharkhand state. Furkan Latif Khan/NPR hide caption

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India's Biometric ID System Has Led To Starvation For Some Poor, Advocates Say

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A passenger looks over planes sitting on the tarmac at LaGuardia Airport in New York City on Nov. 22. A previously undisclosed TSA program flags passengers for observation, and undercover air marshals observe their behavior — including whether they make calls or send texts as they travel, The Boston Globe reports. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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