Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is the next target of the Dutch watchdog after the agency warned Google Inc (NASDAQ:FB) of its privacy policies and user data usage. The authority has announced a probe against the new policy of the social network concerning the use of user data and images.
While talking about the probe from the Dutch authority, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB)’s spokesperson, Sally Aldous, said,
“We were surprised and disappointed. We recently updated our terms and policies to make them more clear and concise, to reflect new product features and to highlight how we’re expanding people’s control over advertising. We’re confident the updates comply with relevant laws.”
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) last week updated its trending feature to display trending news under five different categories. These five different sections include Articles, In The Story, Friends And Groups, Near The Scene, and Live Feed. The posts displayed in each of these sections would be ranked according to timeliness and engagement.
The shares of Facebook are trading at $74.69 with 36.67% growth in its share prices year-to-date, although the shares of the company have been following a downward rally in the past few days.
This article has been written by Prakash Pandey.
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