September 21, 2012 Business, Featured News, Non-U.S., Online
Facebook Ireland has agreed to delete the “template” images it stores of its EU users in response to concerns raised by privacy bodies, the Irish data protection watchdog has said.
Read more on Out-Law.com.
Once again, it seems that users outside the U.S. may have more privacy protection and rights than U.S. users.
The Irish DPC’s re-audit of Facebook can be found here.
Facebook facial recognition illustration by royblumenthal/Flickr; used under Creative Commons License .
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