Facebook delays dating feature after Irish watchdog inspection
Social media giant had given only ten days’ notice of plan to introduce service in Europe
Facebook has put a new dating feature on hold in Europe after the Irish Data Protection Commissioner inspected the tech giant’s offices in Ireland over privacy concerns.
The watchdog carried out on-site inspections in Dublin this week to seek more details after Facebook only informed it on February 3 of its plan to introduce the service across the European Union tomorrow.
“Facebook Ireland informed us last night that they have postponed the roll-out of...
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