The social network said researchers used "unauthorized means" to collect data from Facebook users.
The findings aren't final, and Amazon plans to appeal.
The company has also pushed back the reopening date for its US offices to October.
The online retailer's engineering project has yet to yield the fleet of delivery drones it has long been promising.
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The videoconferencing company will also alert users when participants use third-party apps.
Companies could increasingly look to social media to find their dream candidates.
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The Tesla and SpaceX CEO called Apple's App Store fees a "de facto global tax on the Internet." His comment comes ahead of a decision in the suit.