Investment will follow announcements from other major tech companies, which have been laying out their U.S. expansion plans.
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Documents, including internal emails of founder Mark Zuckerberg suggest that Facebook continued to allow access to personal data.
Firm used fashion preferences of Facebook users to help develop the algorithms needed to target them with political messaging.
Documents are expected to be released in U.K. early next week.
Previously, Facebook has said it was unaware of this sort of Russian activity on the social network until after the 2016 election.
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Scooter-Rental Startup Lime Launches E-Bike Service in U.K.
Personal data of charity donors, political party supporters, online shoppers, has continued to quietly leak onto the internet.
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Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Fears for 2020 U.S. Election
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Bird Launches London Pilot to Win Support for U.K. Scooters
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U.K. Is Still Considering Taxing Facebook to Help Fight Fake News
Company appealing a court ruling on driver benefit, overtime.
Investors Back European E-Scooter Startups to Rival U.S. Leaders
Alibaba Expands Cloud Business to U.K. With New Data Centers
Facebook said it had discovered a bug in Hide Ad Topics feature that England-Kerr had tried to use.