Apparently, people in the European Union expected a payout from Facebook following the Cambridge Analytica data fiasco. "This was clearly a breach of trust," the social network said in a statement to Reuters. "However, it's important to remember that no bank account details, credit card information or national ID numbers were shared." As a result, there won't be a payout to the 2.7 million users whose accounts were affected. Unlike the US, Cambridge Analytica didn't sell information on EU users, Facebook admitted.