Electoral Commission finds it exceeded its £7m spending limit by 5,000
Auspex International has already secured 'political work' in Africa
That's, er, 18 minutes of profit for the social network
Cambridge Analytica may have been the tip of the iceberg
LIBE says agreement should be canned until the US complies in full
APIs also allowed device-makers to access friends' data without consent
European Parliament's flawed format let Zuckerberg off the hook
Zuck must really hate grey weather, roast beef, and a dry sense of humour
Firm says negative media reports drove away customers - cry some more, eh?
But that data was publically available rather than private user information
'Stick that in your #DeleteFacebook', smirks social network
Ex-CA staffer Brittany Kaiser says number is likely 'much greater'
Even the social network's boss wasn't immune to data-scraping
The social network billionaire schooled some less than tech-savvy senators
Suit alleges firms 'abused the human right to privacy'
87 million breached users will receive a message starting today
Zuck reckons firm could have done more to prevent the data leak
Despite the data collection strictly speaking being above board
The spectre of the Cambridge Analytica scandal holds heavy
This could be the first domino
Firm won't get access to servers until Friday at the earliest