Facebook stocks experienced a $100 billion free-fall on Wall Street this week. This amounted to a 19 percent drop by Thursday marking a new record of value decline in Wall Street's history.
Several factors contributed to the social media behemouth's abrupt backslide. Stricter regulations, consumer mistrust, discoveries of fake news, and a major campaign by Cambridge Analytica who is accused of siphoning user data to manipulate the 2016 U.S. election outcomes.
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