Rights group seeks e-union protection for Facebook users
| by Naina Khedekar |
Internet Without Borders, the Rights Group suggests tht an e-union should protect Facebook users. The social site lately dished out its market debut plans. The Rights Group believes that Facebook’s $100 billion flotation is owing to its abuse of the right to control personal information. "Is this valuation linked to the business's software and infrastructure or to the data that Facebook gathers and exploits with or without its 900 million users' consent?, " the group's head, Archippe Yepmou, asked journalists in Paris. The social site has been valued at $104 billion and the Rights Group believes that this sum has been based on the social site’s ability to collect private data.
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Facebook has been known for its inability at addressing security issues and also for its lack of transparency. There have several instances of Facebook security issues cropping up across the world. The social site has also been caught in a legal limbo in India against carrying some defamatory and objectionable content used by its users. It has also been targeted for making money by exposing user data to advertisers.
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