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By Bruce Sussman
Wed | Jan 30, 2019 | 8:55 AM PST

Twitter users are reacting after news broke that Facebook has a new privacy scandal on its hands.

Facebook admits it has spent years paying teens (and some adults) $20 a month in exchange for installing a "Facebook Research" app that lets the company see virtually everything on those devices. 

Apple has now banned the app and yanked Facebook's enterprise development certificate.

Twitter goes crazy over Facebook privacy, again

While we admit #polarvortex is still the hottest (coldest?) topic on Twitter this week, Facebook privacy comments were also lighting it up. Here are a dozen or so that reveal what's happening in the court of public opinion.

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facebook-research-app-tweet9[RELATED: 3 Things Every Business Should Know About the California Consumer Privacy Act]

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