Oct 122011
 October 12, 2011  Posted by  Business, Laws, Non-U.S.

Emil Protalinski writes:

An Austrian group called Europe versus Facebook has so far made 22 complaints regarding the social network’s practices. In the process, the organization has stumbled upon an important tidbit: Facebook says it is not required to give you a copy of some of your personal data if it deems doing so would adversely affect its trade secrets or intellectual property.

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