Dec 5 (Reuters) – British legislators published a cache of internal Facebook Inc documents, suggesting that the social network gave…
Dec 5 (Reuters) – British legislators published a cache of internal Facebook Inc documents, suggesting that the social network gave certain companies specific access to user data even after promising to restrict such access to third parties.
The data released on Wednesday was received from Six4Three, an app developer currently in a legal dispute with Facebook.
Related: Take a look at the companies Facebook already confirmed the shared data with:
Company Facebook Confirms the Shared Data with
“The Six4Three documents gathered for their unfounded case are only included in the story and presented in a way that is very misleading without further context,” said a Facebook spokesman.
“We are in charge of the platform changes we made 2015 to prevent a person from sharing his friends data with developers. “(Reporting of Munsif Vengattil in Bengaluru, Editing Sriraj Kalluvila)
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