Euronews 11 Jan 2021

Turkey investigates WhatsApp and Facebook over data privacy update


The new policy means users outside the EU and UK must agree to more of their data being shared to Facebook for advertising purposes.'s MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day's top business news headlines. On today's show, a former FTC attorney reflects on the flurry of antitrust cases against tech companies like Google and Facebook and looks ahead to more action in 2021. Plus, CNBC's Frank Holland explains how the pandemic has not only shifted consumer behavior when it comes to shopping, but also returning unwanted gifts.
A row has broken out between Spain and Gibraltar over which government has the final say on who enters the British overseas territory.
In a livestream town hall for her constituents, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez slammed Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook, stating that they bear some responsibility for the Capitol insurrection.
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