The wave of federal litigation over Facebook users’ information being purloined by a political consultancy firm working for the Trump 2016 presidential campaign arrived in New York Monday.

The lawsuit joins actions in California and New Jersey related to reports that some 50 million Facebook users had their private personal information accessed by the firm Cambridge Analytica. The firm used a personality quiz to induce 270,000 Facebook users to provide not only access to their own personal information on the site, but also to their friends.

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