Commission Fined Facebook €110 million For Wrong Info About WhatsApp Takeover

Facebook, the great social giant app to be fined €110 million which is about $122 million for giving wrong or misleading information about the combination of WhatsApp with Facebook in 2014 to the European Commission. Now they are found guilty and they will have to pay a fine of €100M to the executive body of the EU.

I hope you can recall back in 2016 that Facebook announced to their users through the change of Terms and Conditions about linking of WhatsApp and Facebook platform together? The EC (European Commission) claimed in 2014 that such feature would not be available in the future but Facebook lied. This misleading action falls to EU Merger Regulation that companies are required to provide correct information.

Meanwhile, the possibility of matching accounts was already available and Facebook staff was aware of this possibility but they decides to merge it in a wrong way and also, the £110M fine is calculated 1% of the collected turnover of both companies.

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  1. Reply

    That is serious Thanks for the latest update what a whooping amount

  2. Reply

    well Facebook is d richest platform, 110euros shouldn't be a problem 4 dem

  3. Reply

    Though it is alot of money. I think this is just a little thing for Mark. Lol

  4. Reply

    Wow, are you kidding me, this is serious o. Commenting from SAFAXNET BLOG

  5. Reply

    what a huge amount of money. how much is it in naira?

  6. Reply

    nice update. that alot to pay back 'they shouldn't have done that now they most bear it o

  7. 44,910830250 naira

  8. Reply

    Na so they ar d richest

  9. Reply

    But Facebook is guilty y did they have to mislead people from day one

  10. Reply

    The amount is much but is not a big deal for fb CEO MARK

  11. Reply

    Thanks for d update prex

  12. Reply

    omo DAT kind of money 4 naija,me and my future 10generations don't av to work again

  13. Reply

    So pEople don't correct for free again

  14. Reply

    But dat money too much sha….haha

  15. Reply

    What if my battery is a very strong one that doesn't charge fast easily , or if am not using a charger that has fast charging ,and again you said we should stay away from power Banks ,well I disagree ,culs some power Banks are fast

  16. Reply

    that's billions of naira

  17. Reply

    that's billions of naira. who said that isn't huge?

    44,910,830,250 naira

    (44 Billion, 910 million, 830 thousand and 250 naira)

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