December 05, 2018 - In April, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told Congress that his platform doesn’t “sell any data to anyone.” But now, documents released by a British Parliament committee suggest the social media giant was trading access to user data in exchange for advertising dollars. Nick Schifrin speaks with the Washington Post’s Elizabeth Dwoskin for specifics on the accusations and Facebook's response.
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