Facebook threatens European users to spend less features




Facebook gets in an opinion piece hard out to the fragmented policies of the various European supervisors. The social-networking giant threatens to out slower or no new features rolling into the EU is not about quickly implemented a pan-European privacy policies are.

Facebook Logo The European policy on Facebook differs from country to country in the EU. There are also investigating different privacy watchdogs nationally set in particular to the privacy policy of Facebook, including the Netherlands and Belgium, but a comprehensive survey of European flag is not there. That is the American company a thorn in the side: Facebook’s Richard Allan, responsible for the European market, takes in the Financial Times of hard to fragmented policies of the regulators.

According to Allan, the European policy on Internet companies too fragmented and inconsistent, because each country has its own rules. Allan says that Facebook when it decided to settle in Ireland is already extensively audited and this process is repeated again and again in other countries.

As a result of this policy threatens Facebook some new features for its social networking site no longer roll out in Europe or to do so delayed. The social networking service calls for a pan-European policy and argues that if it does not quickly get off the ground behind the European Internet market is likely to get.

The EU does have plans to establish a uniform European policy on Internet companies. These should be finalized around 2020 in the form of a single digital market.


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