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JURIST Guest Columnist Chris Hoofnagle of Berkeley Law, discusses the policing of Facebook's privacy policies and FTC enforcement ... The Challenge of Policing Facebook Are our institutions up to the challenge of protecting users from information-age problems? This is the high-level question emerging from the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica debate. While on one hand Facebook and similarly-situated companies will pay some regulatory price, our public institutions are also in the crosshairs. In the U.S., the much-praised and …

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