What’s Facebook’s relationship status with democracy right now? Well, it’s complicated. The company is negotiations with the Federal Trade Commission over fines relating to the company’s misuse of user data in the Cambridge Analytica scandal. But Sara Fischer, the media reporter for Axios tells Soledad the $5 billion fine is chump change and won’t force Facebook to change its ways. So what will it take?

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