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Facebook Faces Action From German Watchdog
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NathanDavidson
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NathanDavidson,
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2/1/2019 | 10:28:39 PM
Users to be on guard
Data breaches and Facebook have an inevitable connection. This is an undesired relationship that has risen of late which obviously worries users and associated investing companies. However, users should not be surprised as a rising number of users themselves are the ones being too complacent about their own online activities.
DavidHamilton
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DavidHamilton,
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1/25/2019 | 10:24:49 PM
About time!
I'm surprised that something like this wasn't requested from Facebook already sometime last year after the big inquisition of Mark Zuckerberg in court. In any case, it's a good move forward and I think that people will appreciate knowing that such personal data and information and not to mention media will be safe in storage online somewhere! 
RyanSepe
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RyanSepe,
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1/14/2019 | 2:04:08 PM
Deadline for Compliance
My assumption is that FaceBook will yield to these expectations, the question is will they make these advocations for privacy global within their platform or solely for the German facing hosts.


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