If it knew then what it knows now, the European Union might not have approved Facebook’s $19 billion purchase of WhatsApp. On Tuesday, the European Commission accused the social media giant of providing “ incorrect or misleading information ” to investigators charged with taking a closer look at the 2014 acquisition.
With the ability to communicate securely and free, the messaging app has become a mainstay for those who have left their homes for the unknown.
Could Facebook be slapped with a huge fine next year? Turn the page to chapter 2017 to find out.
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