Facebook says it has suspended 200 apps for possible misuse of data
During the nearly two months since suspending Cambridge Analytica, Facebook reports it has investigated thousands of apps.
Since suspending Cambridge Analytica for using an app to exploit user information nearly two months ago, Facebook says it has now suspended an additional 200 more apps.
Following the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, Facebook said it would begin a thorough audit and investigation of all apps on its platform with access to large amounts of user data. The company says it has now investigated thousands of apps and the result, so far, has been the suspension of 200 apps that are now pending an investigation.
Here’s Facebook’s comment regarding the apps that have been suspended: