CIPPIC unhappy with Facebook's privacy adjustments

Monday 31 May 2010 | 07:29 CET | News
The Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic has sent Facebook a letter informing it that the changes it proposes are not adequate to meeting requirements of Canada's privacy legislation. CIPPIC is concerned that none of the underlying privacy issues on its site have been addressed. These concerns have been made clear in past documents issued by the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, including a Report of Findings and correspondence to Facebook, as well as in CIPPIC's own statement of concern, sent to Facebook in February.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Facebook
Countries: Canada
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