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Facebook is warned over plan to move 1.5 billion users

Plans by Facebook to move 1.5 billion users out of reach of new European privacy laws may not be possible without the agreement of users, according to a senator who has been to the forefront on data protection issues

22nd April, 2018

Plans by Facebook to move 1.5 billion users out of reach of new European privacy laws may not be possible without the agreement of users, according to a senator who has been to the forefront on data protection issues.

The privacy rights of Facebook users throughout the world, excluding the US and Canada, are currently protected under Irish data protection laws because those users originally signed up on the site on terms registered at its offices...

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