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Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg can hit the "like" button when it comes to his company's earnings: revenue is up significantly, as are average user numbers — good news for Facebook after the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Facebook's announcement that it would launch a dating app was a big surprise. Yet despite recent privacy issues, the company's millions of single users, special algorithms and deep pockets may still make it a success.
Facebook has said personal data on 87 million users was shared with Cambridge Analytica, millions more than it admitted earlier. The social media giant also unveiled new privacy rules, but the whiff of scandal lingers.
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, Facebook is being forced to answer tough questions in Southeast Asian countries on whether its platform is being abused and if citizens' data has been misused.
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