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Facebook tries to make the FTC settlement sound like a cool new privacy feature

24/07/2019

The company was hit with a record-setting $5 billion fine for privacy violations. In a blog post this morning, Facebook officially announced the news of its settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, which includes a record-setting $5 billion fine along with strict new rules regarding how the company must...
The company was hit with a record-setting $5 billion fine for privacy violations. In a blog post this morning, Facebook officially announced the news of its settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, which includes a record-setting $5 billion fine along with strict new rules regarding how the company must treat user data and privacy going forward. But there’s something funny about the post: It’s an upbeat, jaunty piece that makes online data privacy sound like a new bonus feature the company has happily rolled out, instead of the equivalent of a federally mandated ankle monitor. Well done, copywriters!Read Full Story The company was hit with a record-setting $5 billion fine for privacy violations. In a blog post this morning, Facebook officially announced the news of its settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, which includes a record-setting $5 billion fine along with strict new rules regarding how the company must treat user data and privacy going forward. But there’s something funny about the post: It’s an upbeat, jaunty piece that makes online data privacy sound like a new bonus feature the company has happily rolled out, instead of the equivalent of a federally mandated ankle monitor. Well done, copywriters!Read Full Story
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