Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg initially said the company's social media platform was not a factor in the 2016 presidential election. Now his firm faces growing scrutiny after it revealed Russians bought $150,000 in electon-related Facebook ads in the two years beginning in June 2015.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg initially said the company's social media platform was not a factor in the 2016 presidential election. Now his firm faces growing scrutiny after it revealed Russians bought $150,000 in electon-related Facebook ads in the two years beginning in June 2015. Nam Y. Huh AP
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg initially said the company's social media platform was not a factor in the 2016 presidential election. Now his firm faces growing scrutiny after it revealed Russians bought $150,000 in electon-related Facebook ads in the two years beginning in June 2015. Nam Y. Huh AP

Subpoenas likely if Facebook resists Russia inquiries

September 07, 2017 10:48 PM

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