Facebook didn't check how phone makers handled the user data it shared
A government-approved analyst discovered Facebook's lack of oversight back in 2013.
Senators want to know how Facebook shares data with device makers
They've sent a letter demanding answers from the social network.
Report: Facebook gave Apple, Samsung broad access to user data
Facebook hit back, saying the pacts were necessary at the time and "tightly controlled."
Senate plans hearing on Cambridge Analytica's misuse of Facebook data
It wants to talk to other companies, too.
Facebook suspends data firm using Cambridge Analytica-like tricks
CubeYou has used 'academic' quizzes to collect marketing data.
OnePlus is collecting your private data without permission
The company isn't even making the information anonymous, either.
UK snooping laws could sever EU data ties come Brexit
Though the government hopes to keep the data-sharing status quo.
Facebook fined €110 million for misleading EU over WhatsApp takeover
The Commission says Facebook employees knew they could merge accounts but didn't say so.
US and Europe struggle to agree on data sharing
They're nowhere close to reaching a deal on sending your data across continents.