Facebook is sliding on report FTC looking into its use of personal data (FB)

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Shares of Facebook are sliding Tuesday morning following a report the Federal Trade Commission is probing the company’s use of personal data. 

The FTC is looking into whether the social media giant “violated terms of a consent decree over its use of personal data,” Bloomberg says, citing a person familiar with the matter. 

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