Facebook could face fine of $1.6 billion

European regulators want to investigate Facebook's reaction to a recent data breach and determine whether new privacy laws could result in a $1.6 billion fine.
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If today's tech bikes FaceBook is facing a big possible fine if all of the data breach that compromised more than fifty million accounts European regulators want to milk the company's reaction to the breach. But I really did new privacy laws. Of that Delphi could be more than one point six billion dollars the Internet so long stretch of growth may finally be slowing down a new study shows 89% of people use the Internet and set to 7% U Smartphones. But that number remains unchanged since Torre sixteen. The plateau is contributed to there not being many non users left. And your Smartphone maybe he making your dog depressed researchers in the UK say x.'s screen time may cause your dog anxiety. The study says dogs for body language eye contact and faceless friends expressions and if our on our phones. I'll think that we're not tryst and so that conservatives who enter your spouse and that slavery and other we like attention to head Izard tech by every day.

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