Facebook Bows to EU: Will Explain It Makes Money From User Data
The social media giant also made other changes to its terms of service, including a clarification that it can be held liable for misuse of data when it “has not acted with due professional diligence.” All of the changes will apply globally.
Bowing to pressure from the European Union, Facebook has agreed to change its terms of service so they are no longer what the bloc had called “misleading”.
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