You would expect that with the level of scrutiny that Facebook is now under following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the company would be on its best behavior. But that doesn’t seem to matter to Mark Zuckerberg and crew. Consider that on May 25th, Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law goes into effect. Simply put, the new law prevents personal data from being used without express consent. Considering that the penalty for failing to comply is a whopping 4% of a company’s global revenues, you might see why it behooves Facebook to keep its nose clean.
However, Facebook …