Five Notable Company Apologies for Privacy Invasion

July 7 (Bloomberg) –- Facebook has often been at the center of the online privacy debate, and they've apologized numerous times for overstepping their bounds with user data. The latest "mood experiment" has earned yet another apology, but they're not the only company that has had to eat humble pie in regards to your privacy. Ranx takes a look at five big companies that have had to apologize for getting a little too cozy with your personal information. Video by: Drew Beebe, Justin Beach. (Source: Bloomberg)

EU Needs to Give Citizens Security, Finland's Pres. Says
44:10 - Finland has urged Europe to increase NATO contributions and focus more on security as the continent grapples with political turmoil from all sides, including from within. The country's President Sauli Niinisto told Bloomberg that once Britain leaves the EU, the remaining members must focus on the bloc's founding principles. (Source: Bloomberg)
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