Alemania demanda a WhatsApp por compartir datos de usuarios – El Mostrador

La intención de la Federación de Consumidores de Alemania es que las instancias judiciales obliguen a la empresa de mensajería a borrar los datos de usuarios que ha compartido con Facebook y que, al mismo tiempo, se abstenga de utilizar un total de ocho cláusulas controvertidas que figuran en las condiciones de uso de la aplicación.

Fuente: Alemania demanda a WhatsApp por compartir datos de usuarios – El Mostrador


Germany orders Facebook to stop collecting WhatsApp user data | Technology | The Guardian

National data protection authority blocks recent privacy changes made by social network and commands existing shared data and phone numbers be deleted for 35 million users

Fuente: Germany orders Facebook to stop collecting WhatsApp user data | Technology | The Guardian


Germany launches antitrust probe over Facebook data harvesting | Ars Technica

Germany launches antitrust probe over Facebook data harvestingData-hoarding giant’s biz tactics could be unfair for users, says cartel office.by Kelly Fiveash (UK) – Mar 2, 2016 12:14pm ART Share Tweet Email14FacebookFacebook’s vast data stockpile has caught the eye of competition officials in Germany, who have opened an investigation into claims that the company may have abused its dominant position in the social network market.On Wednesday, the Bundeskartellamt (literally the “Federal Cartel Office”) said that it was mulling whether Facebook had taken advantage of its market power by violating data protection rules. It’s unusual for an antitrust watchdog to conduct proceedings that cite concerns about data-hoarding, Germany’s cartel office noted. Facebook appears to be an exception, however.

Fuente: Germany launches antitrust probe over Facebook data harvesting | Ars Technica