For the first time, Facebook faces lawsuit from U.S. regulators over Cambridge Analytica

Finally, after waves of bad press, showy Congressional hearings, and hashtag campaigns, regulators in the U.S. are trying to punish Facebook for the Cambridge Analytica scandal. 
A lawsuit against the company was filed by Karl Racine, the attorney general for the District of Columbia, the Washington Post confirmed Wednesday.
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For the first time, Facebook faces lawsuit from U.S. regulators over Cambridge Analytica