Facebook reaches German privacy deal (AP)
BERLIN – Facebook said Monday it has reached a deal with German data protection officials in a dispute over unsolicited invitations sent to non-members of the social networking site through its “Friend Finder” feature. The feature, which allows Facebook to send e-mail invitations to potential users through current members’ address books, has come under fire in Germany. The Hamburg-based data …
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Facebook has agreed to enable German user to control how unsolicited invitations to join the site might be sent out to users’ contacts.
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Facebook agrees to beef up privacy
Under pressure from German privacy watchdogs, Facebook has agreed to beef up privacy protections.
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