Last year, an auditing firm reviewed Facebook's privacy practices as part of an agreement the company reached with the FTC years ago. The firm issued Facebook a clean bill of health, even though it was after the social media company learned that Cambridge Analytica improperly accessed data from more than 87 million Facebook users. Wells Fargo will pay a $1 billion fine for scamming customers into buying auto loans, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced Friday. Last year, Wells Fargo apologized for selling car insurance to around 570,000 customers who didn't need it. It's the toughest fine the Trump Administration has imposed on a Wall Street bank yet.