Dec 192018
 
 December 19, 2018  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Featured News

Brett Samuels reports:

Facebook granted major tech companies like Microsoft, Amazon and Netflix access to users’ personal data in ways not previously disclosed, according to interviews and internal documents reported by The New York Times.


The news outlet cited interviews and hundreds of documents from the social media platform that showed the company allowed Microsoft’s Bing search engine to view the names of Facebook users’ friends without consent; allowed Netflix and Spotify to read users’ private messages; and allowed Amazon to obtain users’ names and contact information.

Read more on The Hill.

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