This undated product image provided by Facebook shows a redesign of Facebook's privacy tools. (Facebook via AP)
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Facebook announced a series of changes Wednesday to give users more control over their data, after a huge data scandal that has wiped more than $100 billion from its stock market value.Users' data was improperly accessed by British political consultancy Cambridge Analytica, which was hired by Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.Facebook's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has repeatedly apologized and bought full-page advertisements in U.S. and British newspapers promising to do more to restrict access to users' information. Users will also be able to manage the information Facebook uses to serve them ads and download data they have shared with Facebook – including photos, contacts and posts – and move it to another service.
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