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Accusing Facebook scans messages for target users declaratory
Facing Facebook lawsuit in Northern California court on charges of violating US federal privacy laws, after being accused of doing scans private messages that users exchanged for any links shared.
Although the examination of the letters exchanged for a cross-Messenger contribute to the anti-malware and protect the site from pornography, but it can also be used for marketing purposes, which accuses Facebook to do to display ads related to the content of pages that users Eptadelha through private messages.
It claims the lawsuit also do Facebook collects user profiles according to the pages that are contained within their messages and do after that display advertisements targeted.
The report pointed out that regardless of the outcome of the lawsuit, the plaintiffs will not receive any cash compensation, the plaintiffs are demanding social network to stop these practices.
A spokesman for Network site technical CNET that Facebook has for a long time to stop doing calculates the links within your messages as pages should be used in advertising targeted to build them, and added that the network agrees with the findings of the court that this behavior did not result in any damage real and that it is appropriate to allow the victim to claim material compensation.Viewing:-100
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