The British Government Believes That Facebook Remains Vague
The British Government Believes that Facebook remains Vague about Privacy: Facebook remains vague in its answers to questions about the privacy scandal surrounding the social medium, according to members of the British parliament.
The British parliamentarians recently sent the company 39 questions about the handling of personal details and fake news.
The written response to this, according to the people’s representatives, is still seriously inadequate.
These are questions that Facebook’s technological CEO Mike Schroepfer left unanswered when he appeared before a British parliamentary committee in April.
The CEO questioned about the controversy surrounding the Cambridge Analytica company, which gained access to data from 87 million Facebook users.
These were used, among other things, during the Donald Trump election campaign in 2016.
British MEPs also asked questions about the spread of fake news, another scandal that Facebook has become involved in recent years.
The committee regrets that Facebook keeps running around the hot knit. “We are disappointed that a company with the resources such as Facebook does not choose to provide sufficient information and transparency,” said Chairman Damian Collins.
He declared that he would send the questions again, in anticipation of receiving a satisfactory answer.
The British government was recently disappointed in a statement from Facebook about fake news.
Facebook then stated that only 1 dollar spent on Brexit ads from Russia. Research showed that in reality, that amount must have been much higher.