Facebook Suspends 200 Apps in Probe Sparked by Cambridge Analytica

Facebook has suspended about 200 apps that had access to large amounts of user data four years ago, part of its internal investigation in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the investigation in March several days after the social network said the political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica and its parent company had failed to delete personal data belonging to 87 million Facebook users that it had improperly obtained.