The British Parliament has seized internal Facebook documents from the founder of an American software company, using a rare mechanism to compel the handover of the documents during a business trip to London by the founder of Six4Three.
Undeterred by its recent travails, social media giant Facebook has started asking large American banks to share detailed information about their customers in order that it can offer new services to its two billion-plus users.
A British Government panel has recommended that technology companies should be made responsible and liable for the spread of disinformation and "fake news".
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