EU bureaucrats get creative to find extortion opportunity in Facebook/Whatsapp deal

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December 20, 2016
USA Today    
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"The European Commission says Facebook offered 'misleading' information during its investigation of the social network's acquisition of messaging service WhatsApp in 2014 for $22 billion. At issue during the EU probe was the linking of users' Facebook and WhatsApp accounts. ... Facebook could receive a fine of up to 1% of its revenue if the Commission confirms its findings." [editor's note: How could Facebook's ability or inability to link accounts possibly be any of the EU's beeswax? - TLK] (12/20/16)  

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