Even though pressure originated within the EU, the social network is applying the changes globally.
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As the social network is called out for its own practices, Zuck says the internet needs guidance and standard rules.
Document in court case includes employees' discussion about violating company policies, according to a court filing.
Kaiser was subpoenaed as part of the special counsel's investigation into potential Russian election interference.
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The Federal Cartel Office is concerned about data sharing with third-party apps.
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