The allegations against the social network Facebook do not tear off: How the "New York Times" writes, got Netflix and Spotify the ability to on Facebook sent private messages of its users to access.
at the beginning of December came to light that Facebook gave specific companies such as Netflix, Airbnb, or the car service Lyft preferential access to certain user data. The recent revelation is the one at the top.
The "New York Times"report, according to the Microsoft search engine Bing was able to view the names of all the friends of each Facebook-Users - without their consent, as appropriate documents available to the newspaper.
A spokesman responded to the article and says that there is no evidence for the abuse of the company. Nevertheless, she admitted that Facebook have managed a couple of partnerships bad. "We know we still have much to do, to have the trust of the people to recover," the spokesman continues. "Privacy demands, stronger Teams, better technology, and a clear policy, and we have laid out in 2018, mainly our focus." (roy)
Created: 19.12.2018, 05:29 PM