Washington Post: Lawmakers hope to use Facebook’s ‘oil spill’ privacy mishap to usher in sweeping new laws

March 23, 2018

And Facebook joined with Google, Comcast and others this year in fighting a ballot measure in California that would allow consumers to opt out from having their information shared with advertisers while opening the companies to new lawsuits if they suffer data breaches. Facebook so far has spent about $200,000 to try to defeat the idea, state ethics records reflect.

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