Hacker News author Chris Coyier is a computer scientist and the founder of CrowdStrike.
The blog post about Facebook’s new privacy policies, he writes, “is a clear case of bad data protection policy writing.”
In addition, Facebook’s policy doesn’t allow users “to control what data is shared with third party service providers, such as third parties that provide content sharing services, social networks, or email providers.”
That means that if you have a blog post or a post on the internet that you’d like to share with Facebook, you don’t have to give Facebook the permission to do so.
This is a very clear violation of the privacy of people who have nothing to do with that post.
Coyer notes that if Facebook wanted to know the content you post on Facebook, it would need to ask you to provide the information, not simply collect it.
In fact, the policy specifically states that “Facebook will only share information it needs to operate the Services, to comply with legal obligations, to protect our users’ and others’ safety, and to enforce our Terms of Service.”
Coyer also notes Facebook’s policies are “unenforceable” because they don’t prevent companies from sharing information with other third parties: “Companies can use the Services to communicate with their customers, or with other people using their Services.”
If you don.t want to allow Facebook to collect information for the purposes it is required to by law, you may opt out of receiving marketing and ad messages, but you cannot opt out for any other purpose.
If we fail to comply w/ the terms of our Privacy Policies, we may terminate your account.
However, we will notify you promptly.
Facebook will share your information with its advertising partners, such and Google.
We do not sell or give any information to third-party advertising or analytics companies.
If there are multiple parties that you have identified that share information with Facebook in the same manner, we must follow the same policies.
Facebook and the US Congress are currently working to pass a law that would change how Facebook collects and uses user data.
Facebook is currently in talks with Congress to get a new Privacy Statement that will protect its users’ data from companies that collect and use information from users without their consent.
The Privacy Statement is currently not up for vote, but if it does pass, it will likely be signed into law by President-elect Donald Trump.
Facebook, Google, and other companies that provide services to Facebook would be required to provide users with the Privacy Statement and other information about how they use their services.
Coy, who is a member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, explains the Privacy Statements are important because they “will allow the US Government to understand how many of our users use the Service, how often they use the service, and how they interact with it.”
Coy says the Privacy statements are important “because it gives the US government a very detailed picture of what information our users have provided to Facebook.”
He also adds that “this is a major step in protecting the privacy rights of people with whom Facebook has partnered.
It is crucial to protect this information in order to protect the privacy interests of our customers and to ensure that Facebook is not spying on the privacy and security of its users.
“Coy writes: Facebook has taken a lot of heat for their privacy policies.
While it’s true that some of the company has made mistakes, Facebook has made many more mistakes than other companies have.
Many companies are not held accountable