May 152015
 
 May 15, 2015  Business, Non-U.S.

Lisa Fleisher and Tom Fairless report:

Belgium’s privacy watchdog sharply criticized Facebook, saying the social network company treated the personal data of its users “with contempt” and had failed to cooperate with regulators investigating its privacy controls.

In preliminary recommendations published Friday, the president of Belgium’s Privacy Commission warned it was “make or break” time for Facebook to respect the private lives of Internet users.

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