Several states are investigating Facebook for mishandling user data
Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and North Carolina are investigating.
Facebook bug let apps access unposted photos for millions of users
Up to 6.8 million people and 1,500 apps were affected.
Mark Zuckerberg dismissed the risks of sharing user data
He didn't think a Cambridge Analytica-like scandal was possible.
Facebook gave Lyft and others special access to user data
It also denied access to competitors like Vine.
Senator Wyden wants to jail execs who don't protect consumer data
The proposed bill would send senior executives at negligent companies to jail for 10 to 20 years.
Facebook says Cambridge Analytica may not have accessed EU user data
The firm only wanted American user info for use in US political campaigns.
Apple limits how apps can handle and share users' contact lists
Developers explicitly can't sell info to third parties.
Facebook reportedly sold user data to businesses in secret deals
Remember folks, you're the product, not the customer.
Facebook will let users see which sites are tracking them
You'll be able to stop Facebook from linking browsing data with your account.