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Privacy: Facebook will roll out GDPR controls to the whole world, not just Europe

8 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

Mark Zuckerberg has laid out Facebook's plans for the future in a conference call with reporters. In it, he said that the social network now planned to bring GDPR-style privacy controls to all of its users, not just those in Europe for whom there will soon be a legal obligation to do so. The new legislation grants people more rights to access the data companies store about them, and demand it be deleted. The Facebook chief had previously said that non-European users would only be getting access to new options that were "in spirit" of GDPR, but the backlash...
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